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

 - Class of 1974

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Y, 0-at-A ibm 153 192 is W.. 5 2 3 l. School Board President Kenneth Whitesell. 2. Mr. Bill lxelsay. superintendent. enjoys a B team football game. 3. Mr. Ury al llargray e. assistant principal. looks over the EL-Hi-NIO. L HHS print-ipal. Nlr. Nlax Richesin. 5. Elementary principal. Nlr. Bill Hacker. 6. Svhool Board Nlemhers: Bert McFadden. Kenneth Whitesell. Frank Haynes. john Pentecost. Ronald Klexander. and Raymond Watkins. T. Hr. Rim-hesin. 8. 'Wlay I haye your attention please?" 9. Mr. Bill Kelsay. 10. Mr. llargraye and Bliss Vickie Nrmslrong. 11. Wir. Hacker helps with fifth and sixth grade choir. is s Administration leads the way at EHS. This year, as in past years, the leaders of our school were confronted with many problems that needed answers and decisions that took many long hours of hard work. Although the school board works without pay, it is their responsibility to see that our school runs smoothly and each stu- dent henefits from their work. We Work Behind the Scenes At EHS Although these people work behind the scenes and are seldom recognized, our school could not function properly without them. 1. Clerical workers, like Mrs. Lola Hill, are responsible for all secretary work in the school. 2. Harold Dissler and other custodians work around the clock to keep our school clean. 3. The bus drivers and cooks are up at dawn to make sure we get to school and are well fed when we get here. 4. Mrs. Bernice Estes must make sure the entire student body keeps healthy. All of these people are here to help us get through the daily routine of school. fs 72 W ui W 2 GCE?-Lit?-Q EW S f ACTI ITIES gggwyx 630 3 Z Q if if , ji? n ,W 5 'H f i ,,S,6ZLf?f5'Tfi 'f A ' ' il! ' in 5,L , 1 QM mj . Q Sf wr ,A 'P , ,Q ., VZ my iiig,?:952,, .V ' . f . -MMV , ,N W Special People For Student In Work terest 6 Mrs. Medearis, the high school counselor, is in picture 1. She has the almost impossible task of placing every student in the class they want and still let every teacher have the students they want. In picture 2, we see Mrs. Burns, the junior high counselor. She guides the kids while they are going thru their pre-adolescent stage, a big job for one person. In picture 3 Jack Mitchell, the student council president, attending the needs of another student. Picture 4 shows Mrs. Messick, the grade school counselor. She has served the school for 24 years. Picture 5 shows students during prayer at thanksgiving chapel. In picture 6, the high school stu- dent council. In picture 7 the student council orienta- tion. In picture 8 Mr. Richesin welcoming everyone hack to school after the summer vacation. In picture 9 the girls who work in the counselors office pose for a picture. 7 8 9 .. ss, FT and NHS Get Bead for the Future B Hard Work Today 1. Linda Eslinger finds out how it feels to be the old teacher who leads the class. 2. The FTA is very popular among the E.H.S. students as you can tell by the pic- ture. 3. With Mark Lynn as their president, the NHS kids utilize their time on Club Day. 4. As is shown in this picture, the members of the NHS look pretty happy about their future. 5. Julie Lewis was elected Regional Secretary for FTA. 6. The Brawn Qin whitej look prepared but it didn't do any good as the Brains beat them 22-12 in the annual Powder Puff game. 7. Glenn Camp and Bradley Witt had the tough job of sponsoring the NHS. 8. Steve Harris fcenterj was elected 'Tuff King" while Bob Mowrey and Denny Whitesell were his cute Hattendantsw. 9. Mrs. Barbara Burns was this yearls FTA sponsor and by the look on Jody Brown's face the members enjoyed having her. Mr. Steve Nutt was also FTA sponsor. gf'?,j5i5. gumbgg 2 iff 2' 4' fs Mm. Q Wfffi Elmira., 3 4 H 1fLvf -Hr' '- v'v'AV sf M f - , . sr -1... ss' . WX... .. i s J. 9 . --""" ' af SEQ sL.l?91i5iY25:i2? 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Mr. Allison is probably the only one that knows whathe is doing. 6. Pres. Tony Koger presides over a meeting. 7. The front of the Ag. building. 8. David Hutton gives a demonstration on how to use the drill press. 9. Ronnie Dale tries to drive a nail. 10. The 1973-74 Future Farmers of America. "i: ifr. Q K . is s ii, 2- ,. ..' -a ' Q Qi? - A g Y . 5 5 1 A " , s . wg--eff' .1 .K f va-12.3.-f ' t S., , FH and Home Ec Are More Than Just Cooking and Sewin 1- 5 10 Home Ec. and FHA do more than cook and sew. 1. Tracy Toliver came to Child Care class. 2. A baby shower was given. 3. Patricia Hamilton and Shauna Bullet like eating at a big table. 4. Shauna and Patricia visit class. 5. Shauna looks on as Patricia plays, 6. Married Life class. 7. Strange things happen when Myrna Cole, Laurita Gregg, and Sandy Hargrove do exercises. 8. Foreign Foods class. 9. Mrs. Venter is the Home Ec. and FHA sponsor. 10. Food looks nice on a table, 1111 but Vickie likes to eat it. 1121 Laurie Sokol ties her shoes at FHA initiation. 1135 The best backwards dress goes to Linda Allen. 1141 FHA meeting. 1151 Susie Julian, Glenda Barker and Linda Vogt talk to us. 1161 ,lon Sturgeon discussed cookbooks. 1171 Christi Lewis won Regional Historian. W'W W 1 t. I mgydf V, M M mrs, 0 CFA S O NN Dramatics Club Acts Naturally This year the Dramatics Club had a new sponsor, Mr. Larry Flatt, who brought a lot of new and different ideas. The fall production was 5'Butterflies Are Free" by Leonard Gershe. The Dramatics Club also put on a children's play 'sThe Lion Who Lost His Roar" and a Spring Production. A , im, , " . A SEL ' -'W""l"""""l""'I "" WM 1 ww, M , . f?,'f.,.4-if - Q f i f 8 11 The Dramatic Club officers. 21 Stage crew takes time out from working on the set to pose. 31 Donzil Worthington and Judy Bishop demonstrate a "stage kiss". 41 Mr. Flatt, Dramatics Club sponsor. 51 Dramatics Club. 61 Mike Hackleman and Judy Bishop give a skit titled "Her First Kiss." 71 Donzil Worthington, Dramatics Club Pres., and Mr. Flatt preside over a Dramatics Club meeting. 81 Cast for "Butterflies Are Free" is Dennis Bishop, Jeanie Patrick, Judy Bishop and Mike Hackleman. 9,10,111 Scenes from the play. 9 , WWW W y K 1 , f X , ,QM ,W , z ,A A '59-19124 3 K A N3 - Q9 wx Where Have All the Speech Students Gone? This year the speech students have traveled far to speech contests. They worked hard and won many awards. The first award they received this year was the "Happy Hog Awardi' for being the best sports and nicest team at the Fayetteville, Ark. speech contest. They went on to district and state. 1 4 5 11 This is what the speech room looks like on days when the speech team is at contest. 21 Sam Schmidt, Debbie Coale, and Julie Lewis waiting for the first round at contest. 31 Carl Davis practices dying in a scene "Wait Until Dark". 41 Dennis Bishop and Ra- john Bishop practice their duet. 51 Dramatics students pantomiming a machine. 61 Speech and Debate team poses with their good luck charm, Suie- the-pig. 71District Speech Team poses for a picture before leaving for contest at SMSU. 31Debate team in a simulated debate. 91Students prepare a speech. 101Georgianna Hubbard, Karma Gardner, and Julie Lewis go to state. 111Kelly Forest and Rajohn Bishop work on a scene from "The Lion Who Lost His Roar". l21Three of the Dramatic students meditating and relaxing, part of the new experiments the class is try- mg. H, hz :fm-WW' W iyf f Y, f , Q5 "f , A P 51 2 , ,D . ,.,,.. , fa , gf V H Www 'W I ff f' ' X 'Z M' 6 7 3 9 4 f 'M s K5 we 1 A A. mn, To Contest That's Where . D' 5' New Classes Like Science Fiction Give Literature a Whole New Look ,U ,ff ff - rgfwgwywypgrmf 1 ' 1ff.fff'f5G,f.f?f7- 1f2a4.'-mf I gd! V 4 f . .f :. ff WNW! , ,gi,,,,Wi 1.55 fi f21,?ew' ., if ,Zu ,,,,, ,,, . ' ez Mffl 3' 'QTISZIZVQ 1. fzmaj in g gwffy 7 ' v 5 i iz 71535233551 1' ff' 'is- mes7ifh iv if - f ww 1,2 f 4, , ,.,, mr. ,,k, 5,7 A , ,, i , , .... J ' 12322 . . .3 ' 3255 Q 6 , , , f ,W f,.,H,,,,,,,,,.,, , 'wfwwsvwtii-xi wwf www' 7 , eff af 5 A -fam Wfyfevi W WW, K. ,- 9 .i:f,Mf,..W,: wfzwsmffi wiflzvmw, 1 igfsiimm mfsw7.syW,-Haag, W . .-'isflfaiixgj?,Q55,f?EElfikiii5537if3E1Pr4w'Wi1Yi,ftZ me Q Q T- Y MI! Z,lA5.f2T M .QE .. Q GWRRA, 592.2 ef-.Q r' 2 ' 551 Q A913102 pun Q S' 4 I ma? A 1' 'Q-eu, 3 English and Literature classes took on a new look with the addition of 10 new classes to the curriculum. The new classes available to students are Science Fiction, Literature of the Horror and the Supernatural, Mythology, Linguistics, Bible Literature, Folklore, Short Story, Creative Writing, Adolescence and thc Novel, and Vocabulary Development. These new classes were available to sophomores, juniors, and to seniors while freshmen were still required to take English their first year. 1n picture 1, the bulletin board pretty well explains what kind of stories students read in some ofthe new classes. Mr. McDaniels is one of the teachers who teach the new courses. He teaches such classes as Science Fiction and Literature of the Horror and the Supernatural as he is doing in picture 2. In picture 3, students in Mr. Witt's Short Story class are acting out a play about the author Jesse Stuart. Janet Powell, Deb- bie Negus, and Judy Coleman are acting out a skit in a panel on vampires that they had in Literature of the Horror and the Supernatural in picture 4. Along with the new literature classes available to students this year, they were also allowed to take foreign language classes such as Spanish and French 1 and 2. Mrs. Allison was the Spanish teacher this year. Picture 5 shows Miss Septak who teaches French as well as Junior High math. The Spanish club is shown in picture 6. The 21 students who were members of Quill club are shown in picture 7. Debbie Perkins, Quill club president, is shown leading discussion in a quill club meeting in picture 8. Many pictures of famous authors appeared on Mr. Wittis wall as one can see in picture 9. Mrs. Perkins is shown in pic. 10 teaching to one of the many classes that she teaches. 10 52 "N--M 4 gem, WWMWWWMMM. meat, ,,,: ,, ' 55 'S X 'flvl ' -mv flfir . 5' :ff1SQ2iQ5zl' an Wmcziiw mwrmw L41 my .iz , 5 2 9 5 7 1 1 if ' wa 91 'Rf 5. 1549 . Q fa Q. i vt . 1 ,. fic? .Vw A v 4 Q Q3 ,af 1 4 6 ,4- f 5 There are two teachers-Mr. Nutt and Mr. Thomp- son-who teach all math courses this year. These courses include Basic Math I 82 II, geometry, algebra I Sz II, trigonometry, and math analysis. Science classes are taught mostly by Mr. Tinsley and Miss Jackson. In picture I, chemistry students try hard to look busy. In picture 2, the fourteen pupils in math club pose, while in picture 3, there are only eleven in science club. In picture 4, Mr. Nutt explains that variable solutions are not complicated. In picture 5, Mr. Tinsley is watching an experiment to make sure the school is not blown up. In picture 6, Mr. Thompson checks homework assignments and in picture 7, he catches Harold Sim- mons with a heavy weapon. 6 5 ,pm WN This year the Social Studies classes were divided up among four teachers: Mrs. Perkins taught psychology, Mr. Renn taught 21st Century, Indians, Modern American History, and Missouri History: Mrs. Sadler taught Now and Teenagers and the Lawg Mr. Vogt taught Modern American History, Indians, This Crowded Planet, and Early Civilizations. No. 1 Prosecuting Attorney Saunders from Clinton speaks to Law class on the drug laws. No. 2 Mr. Cary Clifford, an attorney from El Dorado, talked on the interpreta- tion of laws. No. 3 Mr. Vogt lecturing on In- dians. No. 4 Bruce Walker, president, at Forum Cluh meeting. No. 5 Law classes studied wreck cases. No. 6 Officer Taylor talks to Forum Club on teens and the law. No. 7 Danny Green lies on the witness stand but is caught by the Honorable Judge David Hutton in a mock trial in a Law class. No. 8 Allen Hoover and Bill Johnson study in history class. No. 9 Forum Club. ---h X '3:,g.Xg,IlMWMwW ,. ...b Q... M X I ,M tV,hA MX. X --We ,... -iff YVXMX ,.bt 0 X XX Q X up , XX S X , - -- - way I .W XfXmQ3gwwgQMuMmasww:i ,. ..,. 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One of the many projects made by Art II classes was handmade clay pottery on display in this showcase. 8. Art II learns different techniques and the true art of drawing. 3 A ' q., Awmhm xg ' -naugoyn 'E-----. arp ntr Introduces VICA to H RR El Dorado , ,.,g,.,. M - I N i-ww X " ' 3 -A -' . - - T V- . f . 1. L' I . ,LQT?H , 3 5 . f 4 S ' TQQRQ, I Q ' kk,A W K W W , QM -e ff if QM Y X Q, bv , gy, Y 2 X x 'W A 'X Sy' E ' ff my X if AR sig Q X Y 'f5Ll57,1s2Eii'lS7:Q?-L, ' -' 93111 if. . 5951.5 qmlifil X i .h7":,:g' ,-icffff'-f . J N. w 5 2 X 'ri Q 'X 1 P , 5 3 2 'S .115 ., if -,Q-Fri-mi-fgggg , Y ,Q ..w?,.5f f x K, Q f 1 S , X This year the El Dorado carpen- try classes joined a nationwide club, VICA. The letters stand for Vocational Industrial Clubs of America. The carpentry classes built the house loeated on First Street next door to last year's house. QD The afternoon class working on the floor. l2j Terry Glenden- ing and Harold Perkins hammer on the frame. 13, Lindell Marshall makes use of a hammer. Mi Bill Hill is the VICA sponsor. f5j Leroy Pilcher is the Handy Man. 165 The morning class takes a break. 175 Gary Howell is the president of the El Dorado Springs VICA Chapter Club. 185 The charter members of El Dorado's VICA chapter. f9j Sam Gooden wishes the house was finished. Picture No. 1. The 1974 DECA Club. 2. Curtis Gilbert takes a nap. 3. President Debbie Gundy. 4. Lynn Bovles sells candy bars. 5. Roxene Hacker enjoys her work at REA. 6. Dana Robison and Curtis Gilbert discuss the bulletin board. r. ,lim Spencer works at the Drug Store. 8. Mr. Griggs is explaining the board to the class. 9. Dana Deb- bie and Mr. Griggs pose with the Dummies for a picture. 10. Rox- ene Hacker, Nancy Hopkins, and Debbie Spencer pose for a picture on the road to success. 7 1 , D A . -v as M X X K ui, , A , E S N s X a N s We sw 1 ' S fs ,Vx 9 Q . 55 545 DECA on the Move vm ic-xr fm 5 Music is In the Air 1. Being wet is marching in the rain. 2. Kathy Beaty is mascot. 3. Mr. Jerry Trump directs band at half time. 4. T. Friar and L. Sokol and Friends masquerade as Snow White and dwarfs during a half time show. 5. E.H.S. twirlers are La Danta Broughton, Featured Twirlerg Susan Taylor, Faye Moore, Cherie Hewitt, and Carol Capps. 6. Pom-pom girls are Laurie Sokol, Kathy Rabe, Terri Friar, Sharon Walsh, Brenda May, Jaxcene Reich, Debbie Watkins, Deb- bie Eaton, Rhonda Allison, Kathy Green and Rhonda Shellhorn, Captain. 7. Twirlers provide entertainment at football half time. 8. E.H.S. Marching Band in ME" formation. 9. Ted Brewer is Drum Major. 10. Snow White and Dwarfs at half time with band. 10 ' . 5 2 X -. x X X1 A . X X X i f N . Q .f , Qfilfkg f fag? 5. f K.. ,- ,- ,QQ 2 .Qi ' 'ix' an A Q-Mx Uh' f my -or K -.XM -M -A. E . .gf MEM: -f ESR if ,M -5 fs-I 'N , Q., is , ig P5 WS, if N' 4'a4S 3 X". ' 'iff' 1 F .S 31 1 The Beat 9 S 'S 8 Picture 1 is of the most essential part of music, the music itself. Jim Pruitt is shown with the bass violin in picture 2. Honors Choir is represented in picture 3. Picture 4 is of the choir on the football field. Violins are performing in picture 5 and the stage band is shown in pic- ture 6. Stillness? is this the band room in picture 7? Picture 8 is also of the choir on the football field. Big things deserve big pictures, the tuba is one of these, picture 9. 7 .. . .5 fiiffzwamwwufmamavwxmms' ,mf-M: '1.,s9tnaw1mmsw awmm u,fmmu1 We Would All With Out 64? 1 2 5 There are fifteen business courses available at EHS this year. These business courses are to better the student for college and employment. l. Bob Christie is working on his record keeping. 2. Lita Anson uses a calculator to help her with her Bookkeeping. 3. lma ,lean Amick is this years Library Club President. 4. ,lim Simrell uses the typing skills on his annual pages. 5. Mrs. Morlan taking a short break from her hard day. 6. Bert Lusk finishes her shorthand. 7. Beth Williams does her shorthand, then types it. 8. Mrs. Bowen runs off the tests for all the teachers. 9. Members of this year's Library Club. 10. Mrs. Moss is the head of the Library at EHS. 6 9 Be Broke Business 7 8 . .:,. -..E RX. gs xx . , SS.. i . . . 2 i, . ...,. au... . K .. J,.-.Qs - f -1:1-.iffgiseefx . ' ' - -- -' 2 1. Ricky Jackson is going to get cooled off by Tony Koger. 2. Dana Sibley and Karma Gardner get right down to it and start their ex- ercising. 3. Steve Lambeth waits after the shot to rebound. 4. Some girls playing a hard game called basketball. 5. Saundra Shellhorn is waiting for some action. 6. Michelle Houk is looking for a good pitch to hit and Candee Cooper is waiting for a bad pitch to catchg Miss Jackson will make the call. 7. 'elf you scratch my back I'll scratch yoursw - no. not really, Terry Simmons is throwing the ball in bounds, as is Dana Robison. 8. First hour P.E. at a glanceg a basketball spoof. 9. Christi Lewis is showing how to take a shower without taking her clothes off. 10. Gym's eye viewg boys and girls together once more. 11. Miss Jackson gives some girls helping advice on playing basketball. 12. Steve Lambeth appears to have the concentration he needs to play basketball. 10 We Believe But This : in Togetherness, Is Going Too Far QE! as M The Hectic World f Journalism Most people know that the Journalism classes write, type, and edit the El Hi Mo and put out the "Bulldog", We also make movies, announce ball games, make publicity releases on school activities to area papers, and phone in results of ball games. 1t's hectic, but a lot of fun! 1. Don- na Morley, "Bulldog" editor, is trying to estimate how many pictures in an annual. 2. Jim Simrell, top annual salesman, demonstrates his selling technique to Lisa Truitt. 3. Donna sometimes has trouble keep- ing her staff awake. 4. Kent's trying to finish his annual pages, due last week. 5 Journalism H had to crawl out on the roof to be out of reach of Mrs. Sadler. 6. Frank, Wa ne, Todd and Mrs. Sadler getting the Senior pages together. 7. Gillis ieonard uses his gift of gab to announce a Junior High football game. 8. Donald Brewer did most of the artwork for the El Hi Mo and the "Bulldog". He also designed the cover for the hBulldog". 9. Scott Kennon phoned in results of football and basket- ball games to area newspapers. 10. Michelle Houk helps count money. 11. Carl Davis announced the starters at the home basketball games. 12. Rick Pinkman and Steve Lambeth were in charge of advertising. Altogether over 31,500 worth was sold. 13. Mrs. Sadler has to get away from us sometimes. 14. Ima Jean Amick, Business Manager. 15. Dean's found a subject for his movie. ..., . .3 Q E 14 13 11 f V153 1 MM 7 53 ,L,, ' A .A ,,,, Q ya my ffl 4 ' ' " 1' WW- ,V , H fl ykgwww f W, V! 1 y 5 X I ' W I 5 f Q f E 2 X Q " . V , wil? 44 W W af, q , , 5' 414 r - if - - ff ' .. ' W-WM -vm , . 1 , f 5 lei , , f fxw X .A X wx 1 ...XA W, if E. if Q Q X , 3 , :--f- ww.. X . i 1? ' A M We Cheer Them Towards Victor 1 L 7 -we 12 1. The Pep Club tries to get organized at their first football game. 2. The bonfire. 3. Students look on at a Pep Assembly. 4. The varsity cheer at a basketball game. 5. Julie Lewis and Michelle Houk take time out from the game for a few seconds of rest. 6. Junior Varsity Cheerleaders: Lisa Truitt, Deanna Hacker, Christi Lewis, Lerri McFadden, and mascot, Becky Lusk. 7. Rhonda Shellhorn, Pep Club president, presides over a meeting. 8. Pep Club spon- sors Miss Vickie Armstrong and Mrs. Jan Venter. 9. The cheerleaders lead chants at a Pep Assembly. 10. The Pep Club. 11. Betty Belcher and Karen Mann dress up for the 50's day. 12. Varsity Cheerleaders: Donna Truitt, Michelle Houk, Jo Brown, Donna Bogart, Jeanie Patrick and Julie Lewis. 13. The Jr. Varsity cheer at a basketball game. 7 i. f - - ,A ,-., in - . -hw imwfmmgwmwwmm mmm-1 .mmm 1 X vB eff X ' Xa - s ' ffwxkil wgmzai ' X "'M 9 Bulldogs Pla Football to Win The 1973 football season was a big success with the Bulldogs holding 13 positions on the West Central Conference and Honorable Mention Teams. Kent Kelsay and Mike Whitesell were named to the All District Team, and Kent was named all state honorable mention. 1. Sr. Bruce Walker was named to the Honorable Mention Team as a defensive hack. He played quarterback his three high school years. His senior year he attempted 63 passes with 32 completions for 513 yards with an average of 16 yards per pass and a percentage of 52. 2. Sr. Rick Pinkman was named to the West Central Conference Team as a defensive linebacker and also received Honorable Mention as a offensive end. He led the team with 82 tackles and had the most team points with 41. 3. Sr. Kent Kelsay was named to the W.C.C. team as a running back and also to the All-District Team and honorable mention in the state. He had 289 yards rushing with 68 carries for an average of 4 yards per carry. He was also a big member of the defensive team playing outside linebacker making 56 tackles. 4. Sr. Mark Lynn and 5. Sr. Gary Howell were named to the Honorable Mention team as defensive ends. Mark was a member of the offensive team run- ning at tailback with 144 yards rushing and a 3 yard per carry average. 6. Sr. Brad Belcher was named to the Team as a offensive tackle. 7. Jr. Jerry McCormick was named to the W.C.C. Team as a defensive linebacker and had 76 tackles. He was also a starter on offense playing guard and fullback 8. Sr. Mike Whitesell was named to the W.C.C. Team as a defensive tackle and to the All-District Team. Because of a leg injury he only played in 4 con- ference games and made 59 tackles. 9. Jr. Earl Miles was named to the W.C.C. Team as a defensive guard and also received H.M. as offensive guard. He had 49 tackles on defense and was always around the ball. 10. Sr. Benny Brower was named to the Team as an offensixe guard. He also played at defensive tackle and made 18 tackles. 11. Jr. Leslie Witt was named to the H.M. Team as a running back. He had 519 yards rushing with 82 attempts of an average of 6 yards per carry. He played also on the defense as a defensive back and had 22 tackles. Season went like this. El Do Appleton City El Do Bolivar El D0 Warrensburg El Do Holden El Do Harrisonville El Do Knob Noster El Do Butler El Do Pleasant Hill El Do Clinton El Do East Newton lair 4 5 6 7 8 Y -..---' 9, A 5 K 5 f W M y ' . -fb by if H A Q 11f nv nge V ,,,, M 4' 5- " E gl 45 47. 5-6 3 4 f asa? . I -3 so , mi? g , Q 7 This football year was played in mud, heat, and rain. However, the Bulldogs fought all the way. 1. Eldois offense looks mighty awesome to our foes. 2. The Bulldogs set for a big gain in a 21-0 win over Warrensburg. 3. QB Bruce Wfalker listens to instruc- tions by Coach Murphy. 4. Our runners look like blurs to the opposition. 5. Eldo ready to score in a sad 12-6 heartbreaker against Bolivar. 6. The Bulldogs show their enthusiasm in a pre-game huddle. 7. The cheerleaders add just the right zing to the game. 8. The facial expressions on Mark Lynn and Earl Miles tell the story of the Bolivar game. We Came Ready for the Game 5 Bulldogs Have Spirit and Pride 19' X if in is .:. F ,,.,,Q.. . LL. ' J' : f Hs., I . si sf , 1:f,. . . - fr' -,.. . 1. A N .. ffslft-ew .-..' N ': 1 2 3 The Bulldogs lacked size and strength compared to the other conference teams we played. Even though the team was little the Bulldogs surprised a lot of teams by the way they played and hit. Here's the rest of the team and their positions. Page 54. 1. Sr. Jerry Julian, offensive tailback. 2. Sr. Don Guthrie, offensive tackle. 3. Sr. David Hutton, defensive tackle. 4. Sr. Steve Still, offensive guard. 5. Jr. Paul Kennon, quarterback and defensive back. 6. Sr. Roger Hammergren, offensive split end. 8. Jr. Kent Isbell, defensive tackle. 9. Jr. Ronnie Whitesell, offensive center. 10. Jr. Robert Coulter, defensive tackle and offensive tackle. 11. Jr. Jim Pruitt, offensive center. 12. Soph. Doug Fugate, defensive end. 13. Soph. Richard Eslinger, offensive tight end. Page 55. 1. Soph. Gillis Leonard, defensive back and offensive split end. 2. Soph. Kirk Sibley, defensive end and offensive center. 3. Soph. Allen Hoover, quarterback. 4. Soph. Jeff Hammond, offensive tight end. 5. Soph. Kirk Simone, offensive tailback. 6. Soph. Nick Woody, offensive center. 7. Soph. Steve Edwards, defensive tackle. 8. Sr. Bill Clark, manager. 9. Soph. Billy Johnson, manager. 10. Soph. Donny Stires, manager. 4 5 6 8 9 10 1f'7' -- , , ' Q, I V, A ... g 1 - ..,.., .fa P , 1 i . 1 - if Basketball 1 The Basketball Team came out with a winning season this year the first since 1970. Picture 1 shows El Dorado warming up before the game starts at a home game. Picture 2 is of Coach Renn while he wonders whats going to happen next. Picture 3 shows the Varsity Team from left to right. Back row: Scott Kennon, Don Brewer, Rocky Koger, Kent Kelsay, Gillis Leonard, Rick Pinkman, Paul Preston, and Bob Mowrey. Front row: David Sibley, Allen Hoover, and Kirk Sibley. Mike Markham was not present for the picture. Picture 4 shows Mike Markham going up for the shot. Picture 5 shows El Dorado runnin an offensive play. Picture 6 shows Mike Markham and Kent Kelsay receiving the lst place trophy of the El Borado Springs ln- vitational Tournament from Rhonda Shellhorn, Pep Club President. 5 6 3 The B-Team consisted mostly ofa young squad of Sophomores. Having a Junior Varsity helps the layer by knowledge and ex erience to play in theYVarsity games which is alot different from B-Team games. Some slayers start onrthe B-Team but move up to Varsity as they progress through the year. Picture 1 shows the B-Team Cheerleaders doing one of their yells. Picture 2 shows a jump ball at the start of the B-Team game. Picture 3 shows the B-Team squad. Left to right, back row: Soph., Jeff Hammond, center. Soph., Scott Watkins, forward. Soph., Lee Ewert, center. Soph., Kent Payne, forward. Junior, Randy Newman, forward. Front row: So h., Roger Hensley, guard. So h., Kirk Simone, guard. Picture 4 shows the B-Team on dlefense. Picture 6 shows Coacli Warnell. Pic- ture 7 shows the B-Team running their offense against Butler. 3 6 'WJ Courtwarming ctivities f-in The 1973-74 Basketball Courtwarming turned out a happy success for the Sophomore Candidate, Karma Gardner, as she was crowned Courtwar- ming Queen during half time of the B-Game. Pic- ture 1 shows Karma and her attendants. Jeanie Patrick, Senior Canclidateg Kathy Coleman, Freshman Candidate, Julie Lewis, Junior Can- didate. Picture 2 shows Karma sitting on the throne during the game. Picture 3 shows Jeanie and her escort Rick Pinkman. Picture 4 shows Julie and her escort Mike Markham. Picture 5 shows Kathy and her escort Gillis Leonard. Pic- ture 6 shows Gillis trying to block one of Warrensburgis shots. Picture 7 shows El Do trying to score on one of their offensive plays. swiss X t 1 2 6 7 1a-Q-3.1 WL lin ml s- v- si. .f,f4 2 H 5 Picture 1-El Do on defense. Picture 2-Ei Do warming up before the game starts. Picture 3-Kent going up for the shot over a defensive player. Picture 4-Gillis going up for the shot over a defensive player. Picture 5-Kent going up for the lay-up on a fast break. Picture 6-Rick getting ready to shoot the ball. Picture 7-Gillis, Kent, and Rick on defense. Picture 8-El Do on defense. 8 .. , , , .f,' wwf' .ifws f.,,.-,' .,, , um Msn . ' www 1 Picture 1 shows Kent Kelsay during a game against Butler waiting for the rebound. Picture 2-Senior. Mike Markham, guard. Picture 3fSenior, Kent Kelsay, forward. Picture 4 shows Gillis getting ready to do a lay- up during warm-ups before the game. Picture 5-Senior. Rick Pinkman, forward. Picture 6JSenior, Donald Brewer, forward. Picture 7-shows Kent warming up during half time of the varsity game. Picture 8-shows El Do on defense. Picture 9-Senior, David Sibley, guard. Picture l0!,Iunior. Paul Preston, forward. :man :naw Mmm, , wmazwevit . , Q KJ .1 5 E53 arsit 'ses eam ork sl am . ,- ' gg X -- X9 Q ,S a S5 Q 6 Q22 P ., .. if Q X 2 3 W .-.ff 'few ' .jj' k ,, ,,.,... . b . 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Q: E 5 Q ,im .xiii Q A. ' , ' Sm X 1' S ' 1 . I On ,.... ,,. V NWO' in W i 46' WW ,, ixmmxrz, 1111-Lf , ,, 1 . Q! vryrr V 5 Q 1. The Freshman Class Officers: President-Buddy Brower, Vice- President-Teresa Williams, Secretary-Dana Sibley, Treasurer-Candee Cooper. 2. The Freshman yelling madly in a Pep Assembly. 4. Rhonda Allison represents the class as Harvest Queen Candidate. 3. Freshman, Buddy Brower opening up his locker. 6. When youire a Freshman it's not unusual to get in- itiated. Here, Candee Cooper gets thrown in the shower by Robin Wilson and Kathy West. 7. Dennis Whitesell as Freshman Powder Puff King Candidate. 5. Dana Sibley as the Freshman Football Queen Candidate. 5 i2'SiQSX.f. ,CTL 5. wb fa' XX- NT Cheryl Bryant Sam Bursby Mark Bush Jerry Butts Tim Bybee David Cain David Capps Bob Clifford Rick Coale Kathy Coleman Candee Cooper Kevin Debler Andrea Dobbs Darrell Eason Sharon Russell Larry Shellhorn Harold Simmons 1. Ricky Tompkins: WE FINALLY MADE IT! 2. Mark Kennon being initiated by Joe Solomon, J.R. YlClVlahon, Leroy Fleener, Harold Kirby. 3. Freshman Cheerleaders: Dana Sibley, Debbie Walker, Candee Cooper, Teresa Williams, Julie Adams. 4. Ninth Grade History. 5. Nancy Smith, Barnwarming Candidate. 6. Tammie Negus. 7. Student Council Representatives: Buddy Brower, Teresa Williams, Chris Neale, Kathy Coleman, and Nancy Smith. We Finally ake It 1 Dean Ehlers ' I Debra Elliott Ylark Francis John Friar Lee Cvreenstreet Wayne Hacker 7 rs'fl7V , gi, . li Bl. ix:5759iM ..... . . nl Dan Hackleman Mike Hackleman Cindy Heinemann Carolyn Hochstedler Kim Hopkins Sarah Horning Jeffrey Hubbard David Jones Mark Kennon Gwen Kirby Candace Kizer Debbie Larsen Kent Leonard Bea Lurten Mark McGinness Julie McMahon Dennis Markham Randall Markham Scott Mayberry Debbie Mays Richard Miles David Morlan Mike Murphy Chris Neale Tammie Negus Jim Nichols Susan Norval Anita Olson Carol Onckelet Gene Pate David Payne Suzanne Pentecost Toni Poe Robert Purtle Gary Robison Dawn Ruhs -4 diff- 6 Dana Sibley Brenda Smith Charlie Smith Nancy Smith Randy Smith Kathy Steele Joe Swopes Missy Tarwater Ricky Tompkins Quentin Trowbridge Larry Turner Kathy Viltetoe Debbie Walker Debbie Watkins Gerald Watts Donna Weber Vicky White Dennis Whitesell Tom Wilhoit Teresa Williams Terry Willingham Melody Wilson Tammy Wilson Bill Wood Cleta Woods Martha Wyrick ,lim Yockey Mike Young Steve Young Janice Zartman Jay Mizner Dale Ray .fat M We-, 'Mi hm 5 In picture No. 1 Mr. Nutt's 3rd hour Math Class. 2. The Freshman Cheerleaders. 3. Kathy Coleman, Teresa Williams and Anita Olson in P. E. 4. Carolyn Hockstedler demonstrates her volleyball ability. 5. Mr. Tompson teaches Freshmen Algebra. 6. David Sibley teaches Jeff Hubbard that Seniors are superior. 7. Mike Hackelman drinking. Sophonun' ve Tim CS For Work 2 , Q Q .W,QL.,qf4g,,,l www . , -k'-' - N : ., . - ..,, ---- Q ffxk X .. , N W N 6 QQ QS. 5 Mig . s .Wm-mf . f'M...X.,.rX wx ,. s , xx X QS? H we K W X k f SX x Q? 5 A W :.:::::Ag,.: .X... ,gp W W E 5 'L K , if u-LRE M Q X X , W 7 ...Q 6 QQ. S X Yi 2 F.: .-L 9 are is PARACH UTE9... the g wcsifi if Qs? 3 K 5 N J i m A 1-hesun Lori .Xeh eson Bonnie .-Xlexande Bet erly fl mick Esther Anderson Dai id Barnard .lefl Barnes Sharon Barnum liwelyn Bedford Danny Berning Dennie Berning Judy Bishop Dennis Blanliens Carolyn Bledsoe Bernie Brower .lnhn Bryant Jeff Burns Jean Burris Delbert Bylscc Stexcliamcron Pat Carriker Daxid Carter Bill Christie Bulrlllirislie Daxid Clark Gnlflicfflcmmcr James Coale Tom Cooper Shaw n Costello Ronald Coulter ,lim Culbertson Nlarlha Dawson Donald Driskell Donna lidmislan Steve Edwards Connie Ehlers There were 144 Sophomores this year. The class of 76 is the largest class. They expressed themselves by taking their choice of English and History classes. In picture number 1, the Sophomore class officers, President, Christi Lewis, Vice-President, Judy Bishop, Secretary, Terri Friar, and Treasurer, Steve Harris. 2. Football boys picked Judy Bishop as their can- didate for Homecoming. 3. Sophomores take votes during lunch hour. 4. Drivers Ed. is a big challenge for Brenda May. 5. Terri Friar runs for Barnwarming Queen. 6. Lisa Truitt takes time to pose for her picture. 7. Rick Pinkman gives Lisa some help. 3 4 A Time for Relaxation and for Pleasure B1llEll1fr1ts Lee hwcrt Sandi Fast Ixellw Forest Jerry Friar fr This year Sophomores are proud of their class. They rate themselves as kings. you can just ask any of them. theyill tell you. ln pic- ture 1 we see the class off guard on their lunch break. ln picture 2 it is illustrated to us that the class has heavy rhythm with their "Let's Boogiew poster made by Karma Gardner. ln Picture 3 Gillis Leonard is trying to convince Becky Sadler that he is the Joe Namath of the class. Water is a simple pleasure to Steve Harris in picture 4. ln pic- ture 5 Faye Moore is telling us that she is a really swinging girl. Picture 6 we see Kirk Sibley asleep in a corner a typical sophomore in pleasure and relaxation. Occasionally the Sophomores finish their homework, con- tribute in class, do group testing and really participate in everything. Maw N QQ xk ax . ..".1:'.'9:fk '-fi,-wil, Terri l"riar Doug Fugate Karma Gardner Leesa Gipson Treva Gilpin Laura Gooden Johnnie Goodwin Sharon Granshury Cheryl Graves Kathy Green Leonard Gregg Deanna Hacker Kent Hackleman Diana Hamilton Nancy Hammergren Jeff Hammond Steve Hargrove Dennis Harper Slcxe Harris Ruger Hensley Palririu Houdshell Geurgiana Hubbard Kenny Hubbard Rocky Hutchinson Dchhic Jackson Rickie Jackson Billy .lolmson Linda .lonason Clayton Jones Tammy Jones Bobby Keith Freddie Keith Leonard Ketterman Dennis Kitchens Gillis Leonard Christi Lewis Sheryl Livengood Bert Lusk David McCarthy Evan McConnaughey Lerri McFadden Vicky McFarland J. R. McMahon Clinton Markham Lynn Martin Malinda Mattingly Brenda May Faye Moore Howard Nikodim Lyndon Onckelet Kent Payne Lana Pettibon Rozana Petty Peggy Pierce Gerdi Pilcher Janet Powell Kathy Rabe Mike Reeder Renie Roe Mark Rogers Warner Rolls Randy Rowell Donze1Runyan Becky Sadler Mary Sawyer Kirk Sibley nd a Time for Fun 4 ,f -1 Kirk Simone Van Simpson Paula Snyder Steve Solomon Lourie Sprinkle Eddie Still Nellie Swartz Susan Taylor Priscilla Thompson Lisa Truitt Chester Turley Clinton Vickers Karen Viltetoe John Walker Richard Vvalker Scott Vifatkins Kirk West Ricky White Robert Williams Naressa Woods Peggy Wyrick Mike Yoder Richard Eslinger Debbie Beaty Keith Gibbs Allen Hoover J. R. McMahon Jeff Rogers Terry Simmons Nick Wfoody Pam Yarnell Raymond Gurber Jane Outain Sheryl Outain Mary Witfield 2 3 X17 .X-QS-K S1 ' . so in .. ,KHI ., . Tiki? Iii -, '5' , 5 sfs.gf..sg - 5 ff : : 5 275612 ,zu 2 W-mum sl.- WWW j. -J: 5 In picture No. 1 Delbert Bybee and Kirk Sibley clown around. 2. Kirk Simone and Allen Hoover look at football players pictures. 3. Lerri McFadden tells Mike Yoder her opinion. 4. Group discussion on equal rights marriage contracts. 5. Kirk Sibley? Juniors Climb to the Top The Junior Class broke the record in magazine sales with a grand total of 355,671.5l. With the help of Mrs. Morlan and Sales Manager, Julie Lewisg Bob Mowrey, Saun- dra Shellhorn, and Sheryl Smith won the honor of top salesmen. The Class of '75 are excited over the ordering of senior rings. After working hard, the time comes for Juniors to play. They climbed to the top and they wish to thank all that helped them succeed.. l. Junior Class Officers are Bob Mowrey, President, Ronnie Whitesell Vice President, Saundra Shellhorn, Secretaryg and Jaxcene Reich, Treasurer. 2. Mr. Jean Charles, a representative from QSP, explains magazine sales. 3. Bob Mowrey receives a tran- sister television set for be- ing top salesman. 4. Most Juniors climb to the top in the world but Carol Capps goes down . . 5. Juniors work hard for fantastic prizes from their magazine sales. 1 2 Bob Floyd Sandy Floyd Brenda Fugate ,Ian Gilpin Terry Glendening Laurita Gregg Nina Hall Dean Hamilton g . Tim fllurk Shcilu Nlarkliarn liinclcll Marshall Jerry Xlrilnrniivk liarl Milos Holylyy Nlitrliell Sandra Nlizllvr l-Irlna Slogan Donna Worley Roger Nlnrri- lloli 'Klum rej Debbie Nrguq llanlly Nowman .lor Nikoclim llaruld Perkins lmrny l'il1'liL'r Pam Pinkman Paul Preston N is-ky Price i , ' Wlth Help from l"l"' -M' -V V 3 fg' . 'lf Bruce Hammer R """' "' 'z.",., 5E W,,WM ,,..,,.,, , 5, , fiwin iawafzsi 514:13 ..M,. 4 Kandy Harvey Cherie Hewitt Carol Hicks Michelle Houk Linda Howerton Kent Isbell Dwayne ,lanes Toni Keith Paul Kennon Scott Kennon Harold Kirbey Mary Ann Kizer Rocky Koger Dan Lady Bryan Latta Robert Leonard Julie Lewis Jerry YlcCormiL'k Karen Mann a Lot of People 4. Une ofthe highlights ofthe ,lunior year is ordering Senior rings. Juniors argue about which is better, square or round rings. 5. San- dy Floyd, stuck in a trash Can, is an example of the tight situations Juniors get into with ease but need a lot of help getting out of. 3 ,lim Pruitt Bryan Rabe Dorcne Reaves Jaxcene Reich Mike Rogers Ronnie Samples Sam Schmidt Saunclra Shellhorn Merle Simrell Karen Smith Sheryl Smith ,Ioe Solomon Nlartha Spencer Lee Swager Ellen Swopes Betty Taylor Deena Toliver Pattie Tompkins Janet Troyer Jeanie Tschanz Marla Vaughn Debbie Wadsley Sharon Walsh Barbara Vlfarren Kathy Watkiils Diana Wfest Dana Whitesell Ronnie Whitesell Dennis Wilhoit Beth Williams Leslie Witt Connie Wood Shelby Woocl Roger Zartman Rajhon Bishop Gloria Highely Edna Mogan Earl Miles K" BUT OSTLYO THEIR 0 The Juniors this year show their ability to hold their own by the honors they receive. Below, in picture l is Terry Simmons Wfalnut Festival Queen candidate. In picture 2 is Marla Vaughn, the Miss Merry Christmas candidate. In picture 3 is Bob Mowrey, the Powder Puff King candidate. Representing the Junior class in the Harvest Festival is Julie Lewis, seen in picture 4. The Juniors take time off for fun, by toasting tootsie pops, in picture 5. Juniors also ran the concession stand, during the Football Homecom- ing Game, picture 6. 1 3 4 We the SENIORS of '74 E -- f. s::-tgiw -1:9 N4 -. 1 gg QA , X A J 5 'H+ W Wlll Be Remembered As the Class e Dlana Andersen Jeff Andrews at a Senlor Meetmg MafCl8 Abbott Llnda Allen Ima Jean Amlck Llta Anson James Barnes Jack Beaty Brad Belcher Rusty Belcher Lynnette Beydler Dennls Blshop The 1973 74 Semor Class Of flcers Donna Trultt Lynn Boyles Mark Lynn Steve Lambeth Randy Bland Ronnle Bland Kelth Blankenshlp Wayne Blankenshlp Donna Bogart David Bishop E 1 1 , 3 i I 1 1 f 5 Q 2 S D -fmmwf 'f.v'fv:f:fsfLfwmw- fwm':wf1Is:51-v.mf,,v - ,, ,- . f ,uf , ' 'K - K g I Starting at the top from left to right. I Lynn Boyles Brenda Brattin I Donald Brewer I Benny Brower Pam Burns -Cole Roe and David Hacker working in the concession stand. I Donald Burris Susan Carriker I Busty Carver Bill Clark Debbie Coale Myrna Cole I Ron Cooper A simulated law - case. I Deborah Couch I Carl Davis Lenny Davis I Coach Murphy dis- cusses plays with I Bruce Walker. Todd Dawson Margaret Driskell That Took Part In Everything That Happened ummm -guns: maximum va. Starting from left to right Debbie Eaton Linda Eslinger Shirley Frazer Curtis Gilbert Sam Gooden Danny Green Debbie Gundv Don Guthrie David Hacker Roger Hammergren Donna Truitt was the 1973-74 football queen. Roxene Sumner- Hacker was the Wfalnut Festival q u e e n c a n - didate. Dana Robinson, the harvest queen. Marcia Abbott, the Christmas queen. Rhonda Shell- horn, Debbie Eaton, and Laurie Sokal led the Seniors in marching. 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'ifsffa ix? fs! Es? if gs Q W N wi?-I S 5 Sv M Q? SNES? X Q 5 Sf S f if fig if 3 i 3 gi f XR iii? Q , ..,. . X , X , W X ff:-E"f': '-.NA Q if 1 ggi Y 3 . 3' - xx ,h im E ggi -Q , Eg an N N NN YE X X N F Fx 5 Q Q - - - .,.A .... J Pictures from left to right: Varsity Basketball team with their first place trophy won in the 39th an- nual El Dorado Springs Tourna- ment. Greg Jennings John Jones Tucker ,Ioustra Jerry Julian Kent Kelsay Cole Roe, President of the Math Club Steve Kemper Tony Koger Steve Lambeth David Lingle Frank Lurten Mark Lynn Terry Mcflallister Martha McCann Wayne Hensley, Ron Bland, and Steve Lambeth can't wait for baseball season to open. Don Brewer and Todd Dawson an- nouncing a football game. Jerold lVlcGinness Donna Joy McKinne Jennifer McMahon Mike Mark Senior football players that made All-Conference and Honorable Men- tion. Y We Glaolly Accept the Glor Mike Markham ,lack Mitchell Elizabeth Moore Stephen Murrell Carla Olson Judy Onchelet Phil Palmer Jeanie Patrick Patrica Pendergraph Debra Perkins Malita Pilcher Rick Pinkman Linda Pritchard Mike Whitesell and .lim Simrell celebrate El Dorado's Tour- nament victory. Sharon Hicks "You are getting very sleepylll Brenda Reeder Dana Robison Donna Truitt giving Gary Howell the award for the bairiest legs dur- ing a school pep session. Donzil Worth- ington and Tucker .loustra say 'iDid you know that some parts of a pine treeare edible?" Mr. Witt cele- brates Christ- mas with gusto. Gale Robison Yvonne Roby Debbie Smith enjoys working at the school concession stand. 4 W f f,, , 9 Q ,, ff' KY ,. yjw s , ff A ,.,vh'Uf I A .i f5,,gif,fV he . - 'f Zh , , 2 ' Q LJ, ' 'V N , .M ww f , f MU zfv fy iff ' ff Q? Z , A fi 1 f ff uf, Nw f f W f ,4,,, , , .v.-v, W V ff' , .': 5 Ffh ' : N H 1 "" ' f ' W yr Sis Q .fra gf WSL Q S sw .... 1 as .Q-f x SSR Ql:,A: A if :mb 5? 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Q ,M V, ,,,.,., 1 , V. ,- Starting at the top from left to rlght Cole Roe Rhonda Sbellhorn 1 Bruce Wal ker and Donna Trultt engage m a prlvate con versatlon on the steps 21 Llnda Prltchard ln trudes upon the Journalism II Godden and Steve Murrell playmg a rough game of plng pong Davxd Slbley Jlm Slmrell Debra Smlth Lauri Sokol 4 The Senlor Basketball boys Wlllard Soloman Debra Spencer ,llm Spencer Steve Stlll Dale Stlres SJ Umbrella tlme at Eldo Roxene Sumner Hacker Mike Swopes Donna Trultt LOIS Trussell Mnke Turley l 5 . class. 35 Sam 3 . sz-I L s. , f y W fe 6, Starting at the top, from left to right: Bruce Walker Nina Lasley Harris Kenny Wfatkins Chris West ll Don Brewer works on the annual. 2j Donna Bogart dressed fifty-style. Kathy West Debra Whitesell Mike Whitesell Robin Wilson Carl Davis, Gary Howell, Steve Lambeth, Brad Belcher, Mark Lynn and Jerry Julian give a lecture on School Spirit. ill Jerry Julian relaxes at half time. Donzil Worthington Mic-kie Yarnell Anita Kline 51 Wayne Hensley relaxes after a long hour in Journalism. 6j Kent Kelsay, the winner of the All-Com ference, All- District, All- State fHMJ running back. 6 'i '?es Our Record Shows That We Worked For All We Got MARCIA ABBOTT: NHS 1,2,3,43 FTA 2,3,43 FHA 1,2,3,43 Dramatics 3,43 Spanish 43 Library and office work 3,43 Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 Perfect attendance 33 Latin club 2 sec., 33 Miss Merry Christmas 43 Harvest Queen candidate 33 school play 33 Powder puff football 3,43 certificates of award in Home ec., Physical Science, English, Latin, UMR testing3 FHA Junior degree 1. LINDA ALLEN PRATT: FTA 43 FHA 43 cadet teaching 43 Honor Roll 3,4. IMA JEAN AMICK: NHS 1,2,3,43 FTA 2,33 FHA 1,2,3,4, treasurer 3, reporter 43 Library 3,4, president 43 Library 81 Office work 1,2,3,43 Year Book Staff 3,4 business manager 43 outstanding FHA Freshman 1. JEFF ANDREWS DIANA KAY ANDERSEN: NHS 2,3,43 FHA 1,2,33 FFA 3,43 Library 4, reporter3 Library SI Office work 43 Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 FHA Junior Degree 1, FFA Greenhand 3, FFA Chapter Farmer 4. LITA ANSON: FHA 2,3,43 Deca 33 Library 33 Pep Club 2,43 Year- book Staff JAMES BARNES: FFA 2,33 Dramatics 4. JACKIE BEATY: FFA 9,10,113 Greenhand 9, Chapter Farmer 10, Treasurer 11, 3rd high individual at Crowder soils 3, 2nd high in state soils 3, Livestock award 2, Leadership award 2, 4th high on farm records 3, 1st place Tractor driving contest 3, 1st high individual soils at Mt. Vernon 3, State Chapter farmer 3. BRAD BELCHER: Football 1,2,3,4, HM All Conference Offensive Tackle3 Basketball 13 Track 13 Baseball 2,3,43 NHS 1,2,3,43 FTA 33 Forum 3,4, treasurer 43 Math 3, Letterman's Club 2,3,4, Vice Pres. 4g Student Council 1,2,33 Honor Roll 1,2,3,4 Perfect Attendance 23 Boys State Alternate. RUSSELL BELCHER: VICA 4g Yearbook Staff 43 El-Hi-Mo Staff 4. LYNNETE BEYDLER: FTA 43 Forum 23 Quill 1,23 FHA 1,2,3,4, Historian 2, 1st Vice Pres. 43 Dramatics 4g Deca 3,4, Parliamentarian 3, Historian 4, Regional Rep. 13 Pep Club 1,23 Speech 81 Debate 43 Library SI Office Work 3,43 Yearbook Staff 33 Honor Roll 2,3,43 El- Hi-Mo Staff 33 FFA Sweetheart Candidate 1. DAVID BISHOP DENNIS BISHOP: FTA 2,3,43 Forum 2,3,43 Dramatics 2,3,43 Plays 2,3,43 Speech 81 Debate 3,42 Cadet Teaching 3,43 Honor Roll 3,4. RANDY BLAND: Deca 43 Honor Roll 4. RONNIE BLAND: Basketball 1,3Q Track 13 Baseball 1,2,3,43 Art 3,43 Lettermans Club 2,3,4. KEITH EUGENE BLANKENSHIP: FFA 1,2,3,4. WAYNE LEE BLANKENSHIP: FFA 1,2,3,43 Deca 33 Art 3. DONNA BOGART: NHS 43 FTA 2,3,4, Historian 43 Math 2,3,4, Treasurer 43 FHA 1,23 Library 43 Pep Club 1,2,3,43 Cheerleader 3,42 Library 81 Office Work 2,43 Cadet Teaching 43 Honor Roll 2,3,43 Perfect Attendance 1,2,33 All District Honors Choir 33 All District Choral Clinic 4. LYNN BOYLES: Deca 3,4, Sec 3, Vice Pres. 43 Yearbook Staff 3g Perfect Attendance 3. BRENDA BRATTIN: Quill 1,23 FHA 1,2,3,43 Dramatics 13 Library 13 Pep Club 1. DONALD LEE BREWER: Basketball 1,2,3,43 Baseball 3,43 Track 13 Art 3,43 Art Historian 43 'Lettermans Club 43 Yearbook Staff 3,43 El- Hi-Mo Staff 3,43 Honor Roll 43 Perfect Attendance 1,2,4. BENNY BROWER: Football 3,43 Hon. Men. All Conference Defen- sive tackleg Track 33 Baseball 43 Golf 33 NHS 43 SFA 3,4Q Forum 3,43 V-Pres 43 FTA 43 Dramatics 3,4, Treasurer 43 Lettermans Club 3,41 Student Council 4, Treasurer 4g Year Book Staff 43 El-Hi-Mo Staff 43 Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 Perfect Attendance 1,2,3,4. PAM BURNS: NHS 1,2,3,43 FTA 2,3,4, Pres 43 Forum 33 Math 43 Band 1,23 Twirlers 23 Speech SI Debate 1,23 Library Sz Office Work 3,43 Cadet Teaching 4g Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 Perfect Attendance 1,2,3Q Harvest Queen 3. DONALD BURRIS: FFA 1,2,3Q Art 1. SUSAN E. CARRIKER: Quill 43 Pep Club 2,3,43 Girls Trio in Sub- District Choir. RUSTY CARVER WILLIAM CLARK: Football 1,2,3,43 Track 1,2,3,43 FFA 3,4, DEBBIE COALE: NHS 2,3,43 FTA 3,4, Song Leader 3g Forum 23 Math 2,3,4, Sec 3, V Pres 4g FHA 1,23 FFA 3,43 Student Council-3,4, Sec 43 Speech 81 Debate 43 Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 Perfect Attendance 1,23 Barnwarming Queen 4. MYRNA COLE: FHA 43 Perfect Attendance 1,2,3,43 Choir 1,2,3,4. RON COOPER: FFA 2,3,4, DEBORAH COUCH: FHA 4. CARL DAVIS: Dramatics 4g Speech SZ Debate 43 Yearbook Staff 43 El-Hi-Mo 4. LENNY DAVIS: Football 1,33 Honor Roll 4. TODD DAWSON: Baseball 43 Dramatics 43 Yearbook Staff 43 Honor Roll 43 Perfect Attendance 43 El-Hi-Mo Staff 4. MARGRET ANN DRISKELL: Quill 3,4Q FHA 1,2,3, V. Pres 3, Historian 43 Deca 33 Pep Club 13 Band I,2,3Q Library 81 Office Work 2, Cadet Teaching., DEBBIE EATON: Quill 43 FHA 1,2,3,43 Dramatics 3g Pep Club 1,2,- Q Bin? 43 Lancers 43 Speech 81 Debate 13 Year Book Staff 43 Office or . LINDA ESLINGER: FHA 1,2,3,4, 2nd V Pres. 43 Library 3,4, Treasurer, V Pres. 43 Pep Club 2,3,43 Reporter 33 Cadet Teaching 43 Year Book Staff 4. SHIRLEY JEAN FRAZER: Dramatics 3,43 Library 3,43 Library 61 Office Work 3,43 Perfect Attendance 1,3. CURTIS GILBERT: Football 1,2,3,43 Track 1,2,3,43 FFA 1,23 Deca 3,43 Art 2, Lettermans Club 3,4. SAM GOODENLFILA 1.2.33 PerfectYAttendarrce,Y1,2,3,4. DANNY GREEN: Football 1,2,3Q Basketball Manager 43 Baseball Manager 2.3: FOTUUI 43.Math 2,3,43 Science 1,2,3,43 FFA 1,23 Perfect Attendance 2: State FFA Choir: Latin Club 3: French 3. DEBBIE GUNDY: FHA 2: -Deca 2: president 4. DON GUTHRIE: Football 1.2.3.4: Track 1.2: FFA 1.2.3.4: Deca 3.4: Lettermans Club 3.4: Band 1. DAVID LEROY HACKER: Football 2: Basketball 3: Track 1: Baseball 1: Math 2: FFA 1: Lettermans Club 3.4: Honor Roll 4: Boys State. ROGER HAMMERGREN: Football 1.2.3.4: Basketball 1: Track 1.2.- 3: Lettermans Club 3.4: Year Book Staff 2. SANDY HARGROVE: FHA 1: Pep Club 2: Mixed Chorus 1.2,3.4. TERRY HARRIS: NHS 4: Science 2.3: Band 1.2.3.4: Honor Roll 1.2.- 3.4. WAYNE A. HENSLEY: Football Manager 1: Basketball 1.2.3: Math 1.2.4: Art Club 4: Lettermans Club 2.3.4: Year Book Staff 3.4: Honor Roll 3.4: Perfect Attendance 1.2.4: All District Baseball 1: Typing Award 2: Journalism I Award 3. SHARON HICKS: NHS 3.4: FTA 1.2.3.4: Forum 4: Spanish 4: Library 1.2: Pep Club 1: Speech S1 Debate 2: Cadet Teaching 4: Honor Roll 1.2.3.4: Girls State Orchestra 1.2: Choir 3. CHARLES HQVFFMAN . Y NANCY HOPKINS: Quill 3: FHA 4: Deca 3.4: Perfect Attendance 1.2: Choir 1.2.3.4. GARY LEE HOWELL: Football 1.2.3.4: HM All Conference Defen- sive End 47: Track 1,2.3: Golf 3: Forum 3: Dramiics 3: Vica 4. V Pres.'4:' Lettermans Club 2.3.4: Speech 81 Debate 3, 1 MIKE HUBBARD: Football Manager 3: Basketball Manager 2: Baseball 4: Vica 4: Year Book Staff 3: Perfect Attendance 1.2. DAVID HUTTON: Football 2.3.4: Basketball 1: FFA 1.2.3.4. GREG JENNINGS: Perfect Attendance 2. JOHN JONES: Basketball 2.3: Vica 4. Sec-Treas 4: Perfect Atten- dance 1. TUCKER JOUSTRA: Football 1.2: FTA 3.4: Forum 3.4: Math 3: Science 2.3.4: FFA 1.2.3.4: Dramatics 4: Spanish 1.2: Honor Roll 1.2.- 3: Boys State Delegate. JERRY JULIAN: Football 2.3.4: Track 2: Lettermans Club 3.4. KENT KELSAY: Football 3.4. All Con.. All District 81 HM All State Running Back 4: Basketball 3.4: Golf 3.4: Dramatics 3: Lettermans Club 3.4: Honor Roll 4. STEVE KEMPER: Basketball 1.2.3: Track 1: Honor Roll 1.2: Perfect Attendance 1.2: Honors Choir 1.2.3.4: All District Choir 1.2.3.4: 2nd Solo I: lst in Conference 2: 3rd in State 2. Pres. Choir 4. JULIE ANITA KLINE: Football Homecoming Candidate 2.3: El-Hi- Mo 3. TONY KOGER: FFA I.2.3.4. V. Pres. 3. President 4: Greenhand. Chapter Farmer, Dairy Products Award. 1st Place Livestock Award. 2nd Place Dairy Cow Judging. Q s '-new V we Rv. W A - STEVE LAMBETH: Basketball 2.3: Baseball 2.3.4: Art 3.4. Pres 3. Treas 4: Lettermans Club 3.4: Student Council 3.4: Senior Class President: Honor Roll 3.4. DAVID LINGLE NINA LASLEY HARRIS: FHA 3.4: Deca 3.4: Pep Club 3. FRANK LURTEN: Vica 4: Honor Roll 2.3. ' MARK LYNN: Football 1.2.3.4: Basketball 1: Track 1.2: FTA 3: NHS 1.2.3.4: Forum 2.3.4: Science 2.3.4: Dramatics 2.3.4: Lettermans Club 2.3.4-: Student Council 1.2.3.4: Speech 81 Debate 3: Honor Roll 1.2.3.- 4: Boys State. TERRY McCALLISTER: Football 1.3: Track 1.3: FFA 1.2.3.4: Deca 4: Greenhand 1. Chapter Farmer 3: Awards in Leadership 3. Farm Safety 3. MARTHA McCANN: NHS 1.2.3.4: FTA 4: Forum 4: Science 2: Band 1.2.3.4: Honor Roll 1.2.3.4: Speech 81 Debate 1: Biology Certificate. English ICeQQcatgYEVnglish II Certificate. UN Certificate. JEROLD MCGINNESS ' DONNA JOY McKINNEY: Quill 3.4: FHA 1.2.3.4: Dramatics 3: Choir 1.2.3.4: Choir Clinic 3: FHA Junior Chapter Degree 1: Art 4. JENNIFER MCMAHON: Library 2.4: Pep Club 3: Nurses Office 3.4. MICHAEL DAVID MARK: Forum 2: FFA 3.4: Band 2. MIKE MARKHAM: Football 1: Basketball 1.2.3.4: Baseball 2.3: NHS 2.3: FTA 3.4: Forum 2.3: Math 2.3: Science 3.4: Lettermans Club 2.3.- 4: Honor Roll 1.2. Youth Advisory Council Model UN 2. JACK MITCHELL: Football 1.2: Basketball 1.2.3: Track 1: NHS 1.2.- 3: FTA Pres 3: Forum 4: Math 1.2: Science 1.2: FFA l.2.3.4: Spanish 1.2: Lettermans Club 2.3.4: Student Council 2.3.4. V Pres 3: Presi- dent 4: Band 1.2: Speech 81 Debate 4: Honor Roll 1.2.3.4: Sophomore Pilgrimage: Star Greenhand. State Meat Team. ELIZABETH MOORE: NHS 1.2.3.4: FTA 2.3.4: Forum 2.3.4-: Quill 4: FHA 1.2.3,4: Dramatics 2.3.4: Spanish 4: Band 1.2.3.4: Speech 3: Library Sz Office Work 3.4: Honor Roll 1.2.3.4: Perfect Attendance 1.2: Junior Degree in FHA 1: Algebra I Certificate 1: Orchestra 1: Physical Science Certificate 1: Participation in Model United Nations 1: Sophomore Pilgrimage 2: Geometry Certificate 2: Orchestra 2: English II Certificate 2: Biology Certificate 2: Modern World History Certificate 3: Rolla's Invitational Achievement Testing Certificate 3: School Play 3: REA Youth Tour to Washington D.C. : Honors Band 3: Orchestra 3: Pep Band: 2nd Top Magazine Salesman 3: Orchestra 4: District Band. STEPHEN MURRELL CARLA OLSON: NHS 1.2.3,4: FTA 2.3.4: Forum 2.4: Science 2: Dramatics 4: Spanish 4: Band 1: Library 81 Office Work 3: Honor Roll 1.2.3.4: Latin Club 2.3: Certificate of accomplishment in Latin I. JUDY ANN ONCKELET: FHA 3.4: Pep Club 1: Perfect Attendance 3. PHIL PALMAR JEANIE PATRICK: NHS 4. Treasurer 4: FTA 2.3.4: Forum 2.3.4: Dramatics 2.3.4: Pep Club 1.2.3.4: Student Council 1.4: Cheerleader 1.2.3,4: Speech Sz Debate 2.3: Cadet Teaching 4: Honor Roll 1.2.3,4: Alternate to Youth Advisory Council: Basketball Homecoming Queen Candidate 3.4. PATRICA PENDERGRAPH: NHS 3: FTA 3.4: Forum 4: Quill 4: Band 2.3. 4: Cadet Teaching 4: Honor Roll 2.3.4. DEBRA PERKINS: FTA 4. Forum 2.3: Quill 2.3.4. President 4: FHA 1.2.4: Pep Club 1: Band 2.4: Honor Roll 1: United Nations 1.2.4: Band Conference 3.4: Honors 4: Orchestra 3.4: Reading Award I: Latin Club 3: FHA Junior Degree 1: Choir 3: Library and Office Work 2.3: Cadet Teaching 4. MALITA L. PILCHER: Dramatics 2.3.4: Library 3.4: Library 81 Of- fice Work I.2.3.4: Perfect Attendance 1.3. 101 ' .gm ,. f,,f, A fi, W . l.V 3 RICK PINKMAN: Football 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,43 Track 13 Baseball 233,43 Art 3,43 Lettermans Club 2,3,4, President 43 Student Council 43 Yearbook Staff 43 Perfect Attendance 132. LINDA PRITCIIARD: NHS 1,2,3,43 FTA 3,43 Forum 3,43 FHA 1,2,3,- 4, President 43 Dramatics 2,33 Pep Club 2,33 Library 81 Office Work 3,43 Honor Roll l,2,3,43 Junior Degree 13 Chapter Degree 2, FHA Ser- vice Award 33 Typing Award 23 Barnwarming Candidate 3. BRENDA REEDER: Library 43 Pep Club 4g Cadet Teaching 43 Year- book Staff 2,3. DANA ROBISON: FTA 43 FHA 2,33 Deca 3,43 Pep Club 2,33 Year- book Staff 3: Perfect Attendance 1,2,3,43 Harvest Festival Queen 4. GALE ROBISON: Deca 334. YVONNE ROBY: Choir l,2,3,4. COLE ROE: Football 23 NHS 2,3,43 Vice-Pres 4g Math 233,43 Presi- dent 43 Science 4,3 Honor Roll 1,233,612 Honors Choir 33,Choir 3. RHONDA LUE SHELLHORN: FHA 2,3,43 Dramatics 23 Pep Club 2,- 3,4, Sec-Treas 33 President 43 Lancers 2,3,4, Captain 43 Library 81 Of- fice Work 23 Perfect Attendance 13 Football Candidate 13 Miss Merry Christmas 3g Choir 3,4. RANDALL SCHUCHMAN DAVID SIBLEY: Football 132,33 Basketball 1,2,3,4Q Track 13 Baseball 2,3343 FTA 33 FFA 43 Art 3,43 Lettermans Club 2,3,43 Stu- dent Council 1,23 Yearbook Staff 3. ,E 1 H JAMES SIMRELL: Football 13 Basketball 13 Track 1,2,3,43 Vica 43 Yearbook Staff 43 Sold most annuals. DEBRA ANN SMITH: FTA 43 FHA 1,2,3,43 Library 3,43 Librarv 81 Office Work 13233343 Honor Roll 3,43 Orchestra 1,2,3,43 Choir 43 Solo fcelloj 2,3,43 String Quartet 1,2,3,43 Choir Clinic 43 Honors Choir 43 Junior Chapter Degree. LAURIE JEAN SOKOL: FHA 43 Pep Club 2,3,43 Yearbook Staff 4. WILLARD SOLOMON DEBRA SPENCER: Deca 3,43 Library 1,2,3. JIM SPENCER: Deca 4. STEVE STILL: Football 43 Spanish 43 Yearbook Staff 3. DALE STIRES: Pep Club 2,33 Band 1,2,3,43 Perfect Attendance 13 Choir 43 Orchestra 1,2,3,43 Solo-voice 43 Drum Ensembles 1.4. ROXENE SUMNER HACKER: Forum 33 Deca 43 Student Council 13 Lancers 23 Basketball Queen Candidate 13 Barnwarming Queen Can- didate 23 Class Treasurer 23 Typing Award 23 Alternate to Girls State 3g FFA 2,3343 Treasurer 43 Greenhand 23 Chapter Scholarship 2,33 Chapter Farmer 33 NHS 2,3,43 Reporter 43 Active Member 4. IVIIKE SWOPES: Science 33 FFA 1,2,3,43 Perfect Attendance 1,2,3. DONNA TRUITT: NHS l,2,3,4, Sec 43 FTA 2,3,43 Forum 233,43 FHA 1,2,33 FTA 132,33 FFA 43 Dramatics 2,33 Pep Club 1,2,3,43 Student Council 233,43 Cheerleaders 1,43 Library SI Office Work 1,2,33 Cadet Teaching 43 Honor Roll3 FTA District President 33 FHA Regional Recreation Leader 33 Football Homecoming Queen 43 Spring Production 23 Youth Advisory Council 33 Model UN 1,2. LOIS TRUSSEL MICHAEL RAY TURLEY BRUCE ALLEN WALKER: Football l,2,3,43 Basketball 13 Track 13 NHS 1,2,3,43 FTA 23 Forum 2,3,4, President 43 Science 23 FFA 1,2,3,- 43 Livestock, Crops, Horticulture Sz Dairy Production Teams3 Letter- mans Club 3,43 Student Council 3,4, Vice President 43 Honor Roll 1,- 2,3,43 Vice President Junior Classg President Freshman Class. KENNETH WATKINS CHRIS WEST: Quill Club 2,3,4 Reporter 43 Dramatics 3,41 Deca 33 Pep Club 132. KATHLEEN WEST: Quill Club 2,33 FHA 233,43 Dramatics 23 Pep Club 1,23 Band 1,23 Lancers 1,23 Yearbook Staff 33 Miss Merry Christ- mas Candidate 2. MIKE WHITESELL: Football 1,2,3,43 Art 43 Lettermans Club 2,3,43 Football All Con 81 All District 4 DT. DEBRA WHITESELL: Counselors Office 43 Shorthand Award. CROBIN WILSON: Pep Club 2,3,43 Nurses Office 23 Perfect Atten- ance 2. DONZIL WORTHINGTON MICKIE YARNELL: NHS 23 FHA 1,2,3,4 President 33 Dramatics 2,33 Deca 3,43 Library 81 Office Work 23 Honor Roll 1,2333 Perfect Attendance 23 Model UN 23 Outstanding Home ec. Student 723 Outstanding Sophomore FHA Member 23 Who's Who in FHA3 Crisco Award 33 Typing Award 2. - Qigiiifqifsfli-' ' 1f2Niswf1zJzsf'--- - . K i ' fees? - .kyk , fy,7z,,, Sw nf K 34 Mmm And Now the Time Has Come to Take On an Even Greater Challenge M aw x ' f 5 f,. . Q -: .- f f- Q.-fn N, WWW, , ,AAL, ffl: 5 ' v MN Sf UNIOR HIGH Q I wi: 1 . 5 Lk KL Q ,.... " E LL..i ,-.: it ',:,:: f -AW...afA. , J? R ,, n 2 f 7 ? , g ,,:,' . 5 h if .L K is 5, - 1 g - ,X N, .as f.-:1X..wQ Q., ivgawg BNQQHRS 5 va:1'fgf.:wzg,Qg1 S 7th Graders Finally Make It to Jr. High l. Rhonda Dillon in study hall reading up on her history. 2. Mr. Markham, and Sharon Hicks teach the seventh graders how to use maps. and locate geographical locations. 3. Mrs. Venter takes time out to grade her students papers. 4. ln P.E. the seventh and eighth graders play bombardment in the high school gym. 5. Jr. High band plays at their own pep assemblies. 6. Miss Armstrong directs her Jr. High class in Home Economics. 7. The seventh grade cheerleaders are, Debbie Whitlock, Kim Witt. Carolyn Leonard, and Carla Jones from the class of 79. 1 3 , ., ii , W ff i' J '- Q vig'-1' w if, : .,z.'At"1, A ff MHA ,, ,E K '- ' f Eg -1' :', Zi: WM fifffsif S ' 1 My QL. 'zil- PW With El Little ore Privileges 1 1. Brenda Sawyer and Debra McCullick are glad they found out about lockers this year. 2. The emblem '79' stands for the seventh graders when they graduate. 3. The seventh graders are glad to have pep assemblies. 4. Here are the seventh graders who play in band, Debbie Lovewell, Debbie Whitlock, Charlene Winfield, Becky Roseman, Falena Vittetoe, Jean Hackleman, Laura Gambrel, Christina Smith, Jackie Baker, Kevin Synder, David Dissler, David Murphy, Debbie Wynes, Tim Swager, Ed Hopkins, Warren Woolford, Micheal Leonard, Jeff Olson, Blaine Bering, Brian Hargrave, John Wilson, Donna Joustra. 5. Carol Jonason has time to do her art work in study hall. 6. Miss Septak teaches her students all about square roots. 7. EI Think Funny ' was designed by Miss Armstrong. 8. Mr. Hulett shows his class how to work with different materials. M Dean Greenslreel Rhonda Hacker Tamcla liar-ker Ann Har-kleman Jean Havklcman Kenneth Hamilton Brian Hargrawe Lisa Hazelwood Janet Hicks Rhonda Hiesland Kathy Hnchstedler Robert Neil Hoffman Linda Holt Eddie Hopkins Glenda Horning Randall Hudson Harold Hunt Chip Jennings Ronald Jennings Carol ,lunason Carla Jones Lisa Jones Donna Jouslra Anna Keith John Koger Carolyn Leonard Wlike Leonard Jimmy Linglc James Lii engood Delihie Lowewell Linda Markham Terri Nlr-Cain Debra fVIr'Cullick Sharyl Marshall Darrel Mogan Randall Moore Gregg Mnrlan Kevin Morris Steven Moser David Murphy ' Qgessgu: lg v E Q E52 'xi xg fl ' Q X ? X 5 E, la wg: I u e mmmwwm gf- was Q w W , nd a Lot More Walker Newman Dong Xikudim Duke Norman Rusty Nurial Jeff Olson Kim Parrish .lanel Pate Franc-is Phipps Carrion Pill-her Marion Pilt-her Nlina Pilcher Caliin Pinkman Lnra Purtlc Rohert Raines Larry Register Charlotte Rohh Beeky Roseman Anita Runyan Penny Sallee Brenda Sawyer Ronald Sewell Christine Smith Kevin S3 nder Robert Stevenson Yanry Spencer Steve Sprinkle Tim Swager Lorenzo Swartz Louis Swartz Pam Swopes Steve Vaughn Ric-harrl Vanliummel Falena Viltetoe Kathy Walker Debbie Whitlock Don W'illingham Debbie Wilson John Wilson Kim Wilson Charlene Winfield .lee Winters Kim Win Lori Wfonrl Mit-heal Woodard Warren Woolfurd Dehhic Wlyncs Cheri Yarnell MM' Wm, iw 4. u Zf 5 The Setentli grade start a new life in a new world. ln picture No, l, The Scxenth and thc Eighth gruderhnir at open huuse. 2. The .lr. lligh Cheerleaders, 3. Run- rlt Bargcr taking u Ss-ic-nee test. 4. Miss Armstrong'S 3rd hour English class. 5. Ylr. lVlar0um tearhes Carolyn Leonard whcfs liossl 6. Bolrlry Cartwright takes a make-up test in thc hall. 7. Besides lieing the Junior Varsity coach. he teaches Jr. High Science. ln this pic-turc Coach Warnell works at his desk while thc students hand in their assignments, The Seventh grade learn many new things that will prepare them fur high I srhool and eventually for vollege, ur work. Eight Graders Remember the Fun and Work Of Jr. High Greg Allison Becky Anderson Steve Arlint Marlene Arnold Tim Barnes Jerry Beaty Laura Bedford Kathy Bellinghausen 4 Coleen Beydler Josephine Bishop Theresa Black Teresa Bland flj Cheryl Hoover, Terry Winters, Dana Swager and Cheryl Patrick are the 8th if Mitchell Bledsoe Sharon Bledsoe Lori Bradley Steve Bradley Brian Brown LafVIOna Brown Tracy Brown Jamie Burns Carl Burrow Brenda Butts Bryan Cameron David Campbell grade cheerleaders. Q21 In home-ec, we tried to set each other's hair. In pic- ture f3j, the blur of Halloween is shown at the Jr. High party. fill We studied about Earth Science in Mrs. Barrit's class. f5j We are shown studying about Mark Twain with the help of records, books, and Mrs. Hlavacek. 161 Mrs. Barrit is the 7th and 8th grade science teacher. 5 . fa 4 .loyce Campbell Denise Caringer Mary Carson Cheryl Carver Mike Clemmer Cheryl Clemmons Donald Coale Connie Collins Maurice Conwell Nelda Cox Ann Craig Dorothy Craig Linda Dale Melinda Davis .loel Dawson James Deline Bruce Dcragowski Martha Dissler Sheryl Dody Donna Eason Virginia Eslinger Jeff Evans Dennis Fast Greg Fields The Privileges They Get Carleen Fisher Belly Fleener Ruger Flnyd James Gentry Karen Gihlis Rcliu-va Goodwin ,lorry Green Scott Crcunstreel 'l'roy Gregg Donna Harker Relic:-va Hamilton George Hammergren Cathy Haynes Brian Henry Doug Hicks Stexc Highy' Dayid Higlilcy Bill Hohhs Cheryl Hoover Sue Horning Cindy Hutvhison Windy Hutvhison Buliby' ,lac-ksnn Cindy' .larkson .lan Jackson John .lobson Lisa .lohnsun Cheryl Jones .lani1'v:J0nes Letta Jones Duane Jillian Lucille Julian Charlene Keith Judy Kemper Wally' Kenny Keyin Lambeth Donald Lewis Sidney' Lurten Jennilcr Lynn Daniel McCarthy Stcye lllrlfonliaughey William McFarland Retha Mi-Ginnis Sandra Mi-Kinney Stanley Medlock lBntlom Lefty Brenda Markham Donna Mays 3 'I-1+ - 3 - Qsiesg .. for iz K-s1..,,e-mpizs-Q XM Ox X p X at XX x Q X +2 X xxxxx W ,, L W XXX , X wwf : .eg.Q2esff2'i'24g-ty-i ,ie-.gezg5:gg2g3 .nl wx . 33 ig . 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No. 7 In this picture Jill Simone plays with a pet hamster as Mrs. Barrett looks on. 5 4 5 W In the first picture, piles of books and lots of studying remind eighth graders of coming years in high school. The second picture shows Mr. Hulett helping Jeff Barnes in shop reach perfection on his project. Experimenting with hairstyles can be fun and may br- ing beautifying results. In the fourth picture, Miss Armstrong lec- tures on the art of beautiful hair. In the fifth picture, 8th grade band members wait with the rest of the high school band, both ready to show their talent at half time. Dana Swager can show her school spirit on the ground as well as in the air. In picture seven Terri Winters anxiously helps fellow 8th graders get seated in the old gym for a Pep Assembly, where the cheerleaders and students will yell the football players on. Picture eight shows the 8th grade cheerleaders working together at a home game. 1 l As They Prepare 1" .t '.-, .ff . ,. I. V-1' ,ww az- , , -mu J f , ,- W,A. ,A , fi , .,A., . A . .V,, ,i ,,., A 5, Z 3 3 V 5 ,,A. In I ., EZA 1' :QQ in Y W Z' 5 ii 1, . f ,, ...,., , ,vw 1? Sports Become Important 7th 0-20 0-20 8-0 0-6 8th 14-0 0-20 8-36 0-16 12 2 9 Organized sports become important and in- volving for the Junior High. In picture No. 1. Coach Wernel is trying to pep the team up. 2. The Eighth grade football team didnit have a successful year but show talent for the future. 3. Kenny Hamilton KNO. l2j is ready for a jump ball with Steve Sewell and Greg Morlan also waiting. 4. Players looking on from the bench during exciting action. 5. Coach Johns talking to players during a break in the action. 6. Don Lewis shooting warm-ups before a game. 7. The Bth grade basketball team improving. 8. The 7th grade basketball team, not a good season. 9. Coach Greenwood observing his bench for substitutes. 11. The 7th grade football team possess the winning pride for the future. 10. Steve Vaughn making yar- dage. 12. The winning scoreboard shows they can do itl 5 7th 9-51 21-32 2-32 10-28 13-62 1 1-52 16-23 18-26 7-52 6 Butler Stockton Greenfield Appleton City Butler Stockton Lamar Stockton Nevada Camdenton 81h 19-23 19-26 22-28 23-39 22-24 26-37 19-18 23-26 5-70 f 1 4. 1 in Q 4 if .L,,,3,. ffl X E i i i 5 i E 5 I f 3 3 ELE TARY ,f , . i uhm: Kindergarten Is Going To School for the Very First Time Ever Y J Even for Half a Da J Shelly Allred Ronnie Alvord Amber Baker David Baker Margaret Baker Rachelle Ball Michael Barger Doyle Barker Kathy Beaty Tom Blankenbeker Brock Bridges Larry Bryant Billie Burns John Carpenter Tim Charles Brian Chism Tina Christy Kenny Crane Jackie Deckard Terry Dunfield Cathy Eaton Kimberley Eaves Shannon Eslinger Teresa Eslinger Kelly Fairchild James Fletcher Rhonda Fogler ,fegyfsf -,f-, g mem-ffff ' 'S Egf iriaif' K . R- .. '12 -:a le 3 ,'Q'f,L'.i 1, Q H mm' " .. W' l,,l f 4 gf . f W 45- i Q ,,,i,.f,g A E: ..l'z55::?6f2E?4:. ff ' if ' -um Q, .F ,K .',, . , V, I ,,,,,,, n, if .f if .' f ff f to 'A f x i, I V ,- 'I ' ZQWMSY . ,:" Qj 'S , fx, 1' 51535 ' ' TZ: 2.Q5?'?if5!, F 1551, f' V .. :ii - 'ii' ' 2,12 ' fa ff.m:f112:v1., , , ,,, J - ,557 f Q fi ,ip 4 ff 3 M, Hg, NEWT s WWW Jw an Arriving at school for his first time is an exciting experience for Mark Pierce as can be seen in picture 1. Learning to write his name can he a thrilling and perhaps dif- ficult job and a student can sometimes use a teacher's helping hand as Larry Bryant finds out in picture 2. Students can't always get to sleep when rest time comes and a teacher can sometimes make the time pass faster with a good story like the one Mrs. Wakefield is reading in picture 3. After a hard day at school, pupils are hap- py to know that the day is over and getting to ride the bus home is fun as is shown in picture 4. Ritchie Bedford Gary Biddlecome James Blankenship Matthew Cross !Samantha Culbertson John Danner Deanna Fugate Reece Gaylor Brian Gibbs Kasey Gilbert Tina Hamilton Scot Hawkins 4 Some Like It. . . .fff.i.f,' f t " I. - ,-tip if My - L ff, Av f ,I Im m t - , f ,,awww.fffffffswmeaw-f . ,, ,mi,,4EfKM9 y , . f- , - Nf V. 'W 3 ,AJ . " . K .V gk Wh K . fm . . . W W., A, YV-f ff M www. K A ew.. vvr. f v he f Wfgggq af.. .M I , k1W5,.-.M i , W -f M ' 'iiifigf' 4 Q - :Q , ' .atm -4 1 W ' 7' . . Yigf' ' . 1' f' 7 , - . , A M Q Q41 Mk. ,v ' -f., ' ' " 'LCV 1l'jf.Zwff?.mW a t f .1 H 1 . I ' Q i K f x ' 1 124 3 Some like school because they get to play with their friends, as in picture 1. In picture 2, two girls play a game of patty-cake during break. Lunchtime, picture 3, illustrates one of the few times all the Kindergarten get together at once. A hampster gets all the attention it will want during cage cleaning time, as picture 4 shows. In picture 5, Mrs. Williams helps one of her students who is having trouble with his work. Three of the boys seem to have a little misunderstanding in picture 6. As picture 7 points out, there are hardships even in Kindergarten, and tears come to the eyes of Georgetta Thompson when she falls off the merry-go-round. 2 4 as if p - L, We 3 ke , RSI- .f Q..- f Tiff. 7? if ts ,fi xgg 5 YQEQ: -1 7' gl I J' fi was tr, X g 2 it ,as E 3 W'e'f T. Q 5 . ' 1 f I .. .m,a,f-- . gf GQWQAAMMV l X ' Z? I W, ,fm - fc f 2 A fa W, PE' Billy Hayes Danny Hays Amy Henry Mark Hill Monica Hillier Bernie Hochstedler Marvin Hogue Kim Howerton Teressa Huckab Lisa Hughes J. R. Hunt Jean Issacs Kevin Jackson Earnie Johnson Christy Jones Rhonda Janes Brenda Keith Charles Keith Eddie Kirby Jo Kirk Jana Koca Christi Lasley Travis Leonard Leasa Marshall Randy Martin Christy Mays Donald McCullick Donald McNees Eric Mcpeak Billy Mooney Vickie Moore Kathy Norval Jolene Palmer Franz Penner Mark Pierce Lillie Plain 6 Billy ,lo Wadsley 1. As kindergarteners we are proud to have a whole building to ourselves. 2. There is room on the merry-go-round for many people. 3. Some of us go the whole day. so we take a rest after our lunch. 4. First graders enter a new building to continue their education. 5. Mrs. Thelma Forrest decorates the board. 6. A pumpkin and, 7. a scarecrow are for Halloween. 8. Everyone has his own idea about his teacher. 9. In art, we see what other classes do. Regina Rector ,latina Redman Ricky Register Joe Rogers Kristi Rublee Dale Shaner Melanie Sheeks Michelle Shellhorn Terri Sibley .lan Skakal Mike Starkey ,l.R. Steffon Renee Stroh Carl Swager Maritza Teed Georgetta Thompson Kelly Turner Susan Vogel La Dawn Ward Brenda Webb Gregory West Carla Wiegel Alden Williams Lana Zartman .,. ......,. ........,. 41, .2 f 1645 :AJS . ., f , i f ' , A ' QL, a . .f "', L . Leroy Keller Lisa Moore Kevin Morgan But We To Our Very I ' - ust Go on First Grade we W f N . iie , f ifi A- A 1"' V 'W , f 2 V 2 5 4? ny fi af SEQ fp ., .,,.. 7 p : J, ,Z if .-,. V. 5 ag ua 35 6 7 5 Jamie Alexander Troy Alexander Aimee Allison Misty Allison Troy Allison Sheryl Ann Appleherry Ronnie Barker Henry Barnes Chuck Bishop Darrel Blankenship Ellen Blankenship Stacy Bohanan Tammy Brewer ,lim Bruce Sheila Budd Shannon Burress Merry Butts Terry Butts Jesse Case Devin Coale Bonnie Collins Guylene Conwell Eric Cooper Nancy Crane Marvin Culbertson 5 Q Q , mar' .. ,f . 92 3 Y V 1 ywfqsi gf? 1 gagggilfgr J 'I 9: , 41 ,- 4:3514 . -- . 13. 15 1:56. , ' Q ' 45 f:::i' 1 A rr- 53,5 "QW is X , .W g4AE5 A W 1, aeo"1 p I is 21 lg iff? fm-4 I 1 44,9 ish. v I-i i!! 'ffff , -f..i'f ,,J..,., -QJ4 Brent Dehler Sherri Driskill Wendy Esry Chuck Fairchild Kim Fast Cheryl Filbeck Wanda Fletcher Larry Floyd Dee Dee Fowler Mike Frey Sherry Garrett Mary Lou Giacalone Vincent Giacalone Paul Gooden Hope Gray Mary Grayson Kenneth Hahn Bruce Hargrave Barry Harper Kevin Highley Lewes? 3 . gi-..sy g1 .gs A 1 , N ' . 'i s- -w .f s .. s. 3'- zr- 1. Vincent Giacalone makes decisions in art class. 2. Mr. Williams teaches first graders to be artistic. 3. Linda NIcW'illiams poses for a picture. 4. Mrs. Brenda Korth looks on as her class studies quietly. 5. First graders decorate for Halloween. 6. The best part of the Halloween party is the refreshments. 7. lt was hard but Wendy Esry finally learned to sit quietly and listen. 8. Mrs. Carloyn Steward enjoys reading to her class. 9. Kelly Scott and Darren Toliver wait to go home. 5 , FW JW f an VTV . W, fm .5 f, Mm f .M f yy, 4. f y 4 W W W... ZW? .Mg f M yy! ? fs . 3 f A fy! . fffgmf f if 4 5' ,fi ff' 1 Q. H if V , w t. , f f:iT'fl'fllf we :ffl f W .59 Q . ,, H.-"Q .4 i LW Qi!!-fl ' 'ef'-5,l-,U ff' fggjzz. Q' A - . . , 1 3 .,,. . M :.f'f.,fez. ,f Mi ' .5.e1.t,s,5..g -- ag riiszisg, A-s2,.i1' V ' H y ., " ,Q .1f'f:?f,' Zeiiqlgf' Tb ,, if ffl7f45l"'?" .f.I':hQQif7' 'rf .Vu .I ,...w.. -Ww ,,.. M y 9619 7 We earn to Slt uietly and Listen Bennie Hillsman Sherri Hunt Gayle Hurshman Tammy Isaacs Steven Jacobs Jeff Janes Troy Janes J. D. Jennings Renee Johnson Shannan Jones Jimmy Keith Laverne Keith Vernie Ketchum Audra Kirhey Robbie Lamb Jeff Lambeth Dale Lasley Brenda Leonard Edna Leonard Cathy , Marshall Shana Marshall George Martin Jennie Maynard Douglas Mays 'umm .....,. X XXX N xx Xb as X as legs .ss s M55 Sb 5 x A MQ But There s a Tim to ake Noise ., .RSS-x g . i S 'i 'sl::: Su is if Ns N is s N1 s 2 as i f of . ,NM si F f . f,t:-f1g.gg s- - '- K ' . is s ess K . Y Y X Theresa Tabor Jimmy Thompson Darren Toliver Sandy Tye Kevin Underwood Jimmy Ward ,Iohnney Wardlow Beth Watts Kristi White Taloa Woods Melissa Woodson Floyd Wosoba Michael Wyrick Steven McCarthy Regina McPeak Lindsey McWilliams Willie Mooney Brenda Moore Oralee Murphy Timmy Norman Laurel Olson Shelly Pendergraph Kathy Penner Shane Potter Pamlu Pyykola Melvin Reaves Bradley Redman Kay Robison Theresa Rogers Susan Roseman Shauna Runyan Stephen Sawyer Kelli Scott Tracy Scott Penelope Sheeks Tara Simpson Brenda Starkey Darin Steward Roger Stone Jennifer Stutesman Charles Sumner 1. The playground is the best place to make noise. 2. Mrs. Marjorie Wehli is a first grade teacher. 3. The first graders par- ticipate in a Christmas program. 4. Mrs. Wehlfs class put up the Christmas tree. 5. These first graders are ready for Christmas. 6. The lower grades walked from room to room showing their Halloween costumes. 7. Santa and his elves make it for the Christmas program. 8. One of the mothers is dressed as a witch. N' sud' Second Graders Like To Work Alone And Together l. Mrs. Windle helps her students with spelling. 2. Lorna Poston likes to work by herself. 3. Mrs. Francis helps students with vocabulary. 4. Art is part work and play. 5. Mrs. Windle,s bulletin board relates spooks with Halloween. 6. Mrs. Francis' bulletin board connects work and play. 7. Some kids like working together best. 3 . f. .- -7 ' r Ears. ff, - --4' 2 152 4 so ss 1 as . - 1 - of f QQX' A Ng we - . 5 - r Q ' i , igfl ig Qgflii A ff f J fig- . K X Y, .rg -.'x3":. K 91.5, K S A ago -Q Q tx Wig S? Q Aggie 2 1, 6 7 'Xl 1 ' .. 'Ns X xx. X Q we N M we M X. l N Y A X as Q K, M AW r l- il 5: Teresa Babcock Danny Baker Glynis Baker Kim Baker Judy Barnum Linda Beaty Ronnie Bedford Mark Boyle John Bruce Kristina Burton Mitchelle Cain Curtis Carter Tim Carter Tommy Carpenter Mary Beth Cartwright Ronnie Cartwright Tina Chadd Johnnie Chambers Kelly Coale Terry Coleman Cindy Collins Dorothy Collins Lori Coyle Donald Daniels Teresa Dody Doug Dozler Raymond Eaton Marvie Eslinger Cindy Esry Greg Fast Eddie Fleener Donna Fletcher a 1 K . 'f s!m,z-- J 5 i2 C me . 3 A rr, X Mrk . 't 1 Second Graders Like Recess ss, p Best of All 'K it it 3 1 2 Lili , 1. Kristina Gibbs likes rest time. 2. The swings arc liked best of all. 3. Kids love the playground. 4. Mrs. Trumps' bulletin board ex- plains October. 5. Mrs. Parris' piano pushes world peace. 6. Se- cond graders are not bashful. 7. Mrs. Trump teaches her students new syllables. 8. Nlr. Thomas helps two of his students with the letter YV. 9. 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X wi: 5, M 4 7 ,Z ff? in fa: A f 5 Everett Moore Sandra Nichols Kevin Parrish Kelly Pentecost Andrea Peters Lorna Poston - Laura Pyykola Billy Joe Richardson Jill Robinson Shelly Robison Danny Rogers David Schwalm Shannon Sewell DeAnna Shanner Robin Shull Gina Smith Lower Left Joanna Smith Terry Smith Linn Stephens xl 1 1. Elementary Halloween bulletin board for open house. 2. These two boys like looking at Santa Claus and Frosty the Snowman. 3. Mrs. Francis' students enjoy their Christmas scene. 4. Santa Claus and his helpers. 5. Three young soldiers march during the Christmas program. 2 3 5 lr W , f 2 lxx v NM - K f-' Q NNW' aw is 2 s .. . ': '- ' N , if S- 5 ,. . Mis 31 3 l sw l N QQ f vi: '. . - asm-:ef .a '-I-14 .. . . . X 2 .4 ll "Q ' ' w:.sseM, f ' is E. A wi.. M r as is l Vx fx VX 55' 3 ills iss' CN ik. 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The third graders dress up in costumes for Halloween. 6. Christine Bedford checks her duty card. 7. Roger Jones fleftj and Mike Dozler fright, check over the vowel and syllable sounds. 8. We like to read. Christine Brown Pamala Coyle Robin Culbertson Amy Dawson Vicki Marcum Douglas McNeese Shana Olsen Royce Plain Cheryl Dobbs Brenda Eaves Kimberley Fast Melanie Fields Robin Raines Patricia Rogers Gregory Rublee Shelli Scott Donald Filbeck Elaine Foster Patricia Foster Carol Hargrave Ronnie Stacy 4 Douglas Starkey Larry Statesman Bradley West Lisa Hendricks Anthony Hillier Polly Kellerman Scot! Lulcs Michael Banks Diane Hoyle Kelly Breedon Dirk Bridges I 5 'Mm , Y .a afesm s ..: z . ,... . ,f igaifw nf' f u yu y . m'X. P Q L Qx 5? . Q ff Mig fi ,. no X X ws s Q5 3 K E ai L. . . 3 Rebecca Lamhell Loren! f ase Lisa Casuldv Carol Dissler Dennis Fredlne f arleta Hutchison Kristl .lanes bhxrlevjohnson Tobx Mashburn John McCarty Sandra Mtwllllams Alan 'Vlorlan Angela Murphy Paula New man Darin Powell Vlark Ranum Susan Rowell Tracy Smith Rolena Stone Teresa Swager Qhcrry Tngner .loe Tlpper Karen Walker lxaren Barton Larrs Bean Aaron Bernlng Vim ent Brown James Compton Teresa Dobbs Lhrlstl Fast Barbara George Paulalo Green Dennis Hallforll Missy Higgins Michael Hnllsman .lulneHuhbard Jeffrey Jennings Hike Kola Sheryl Lambrechl i Nlichail Murphy I r : 4 . I . 3 1. Mrs. Barnett seems to be the center of attraction. 2. Another Gerald Wilson? 3. There's nothing like good milk. 4. Mrs. McDonald. 5. I hope he doesn't drink the fountain dry. 6. They must be out to lunch. 7. Polly Ketterman in art. 8. Shirley Vickers, the Elementary librarian. 141 WW, W L. 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'S,,n-Ulf" nd Fun L . 1 fiifi., - o ' i.?Q,'-filfills..YV . - .2 X: X ss 1 f Q -- K -, ws-Nga rw 4 , r , ff Quy 4 3 . A E., f-4. 9 5 In picture 11 Mrs. McDonalds' open house bulletin board encourages the children to read. 21 Roger Plain is reading his workbook. 31 Mrs. Carter's class enjoys Christmas while some of them show the presents they have received. 41 Art class enjoys making flowers and vases for the bulletin board. 51 Students listen attentively while their teacher reads them a story. 61 Sheryl Lambrecht learns to use the library to find books to prepare herself for the future. 71 Mrs. Heinemann helps Eddie Kirbey practice co-ordination through a hoop. 143 Fourth Graders Get Different Teachers for Different Classes Fourth graders are eager to learn and they make a big change from the third grade to the fourth. It's the biggest change in their school lives. Fourth graders begin to change classes for each subjectg they now have a bigger and fuller set of subjects than last year including social studies and Missouri history. They have very good im- aginations which leads to a lot of fun for both the student and the teacher. N. 11 at .. ff? 1: f,-:sf ig N -- -: Qi W M has X X Qs Q? sk X s 9 lg X W lx N X Q X ws xx X X X s X 5 S QQ, Q all X 3 's:SSE1' i Xi: .::"' X 3 X as Q as R D S of C , a X X 'Wi af. X xxx if 9 M x a i r aile gi .ass . 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Mrs. Gilbert teaches Social Studies. 4. A goblin appears early for tricks or treats. 5. Donna Bogart inspects Mrs. Cilbert's bulletin board during openhouse. 3 S ws Being a fourth grader means being halfway through elementary, with all of high school before us. It seems like such a long time to wait, but when we finally make it, we will be the seniors of 1982. No one knows right now what the world will be like then, but it will be ours if it is better or worse. We have our whole lives ahead of us, and we will make the best of them. We do not care if there is a depression or World War Three, because we will have the answers. We are a new breed of Americans, the Future Generation. Nothing can stop us now. So look out world, we may be only fourth graders right now, but we are the Seniors of "82". Marshall Drlsklll Polly DuJardin 1 1. A young man in the fourth grade looks with pride at the bulletin board he helped to create. 2. The students in Beginning Strings patiently await their director, Mr. Jerry Trump. 3. These fourth graders begin a stunning career in music by learning to play the flutophone. 4. Students continue their training in the music field in Beginning Band also under the direction of Mr. Jerry Trump. 5. These fourth graders are caught in the act of coming in late from recess. 2 We Play Some Damon Edmiston Debra Ellifrits Todd Fetty Debra Foster Kevin Fox Gary Frey Leon Gann Steve Gluck Tommy Greathouse Billy Creenstreet Christy Greenstreet Darrell Greenstreet Kirk Hackleman Bart Harper Eleanor Harris Sharon Haynes Cheryl Henning Tonya Henry Brenda Hicks Paul Hockstedler Todd Hopkins Tommy Howerton Danny Hunt Mary Hunt Kelly Hutchinson Mark Hutchinson Kip Jackson Amy Jobson Phillip Jobson Tracy Johnson Don Jonason Deena Jones Peggy Julian Bret Keith Maderia Kirk Joe Koehn Ricky Lambrecht Cindy Langeluttig Kelly Larson Brenda Leonard FS? 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Mrs. Manes teaches one of her fourth grade students all about the parts of a flower and explains how it grows, while some other students draw pictures of the flowers. 2. A fourth grade student listens intently as Mrs. McLain reads a story to her students during their story hour. 3. Some of the fourth graders dream of the day that they will be tall. 4. Fourth grade girls are both large and small. 5. During their recess period a few of the fourth graders enjoy just to sit around and talk to some of their friends. 6. Mrs. McLain shows off some of her fourth graders, talent on one of her bulletin boards by using a few articles that they made in their art classes. maya: asf, ws saws weQwwsfmestsvafmeawase - 9 Fifth Graders Move On to New Privileges And Responsibilites 1 1. Fifth graders are urged to read and complete book reports. 2. Students learn that listening in class is harder than it looks. 3. Getting to dress out in P.E. and 4. sitting where we want in the cafeteria are new privileges. 5. Miss Donna Truitt, cadet teacher, helps decorate for Open House. 6. Mrs Elaine Monroe gets a quiet moment to herself. 7 Mrs. Hazel Baumgarner plans her daily lessons 7 Robbie Alvord Margaret Anderson Alan Arlint Karen Arnold Mitzi Bennett Lesa Beydler Chester Bishop Richard Hourland Kevin Boyle Lisa .lo Bradley Doug Brown Michael Brown Gary Bruce Ricky Bryant Valynn Burchett William Camarillo Kelly Campbell Myron Case Linda Chadd .lohnna Chambers Carla Claypool Peggy Clemmer Paige Clemmuns Ricky Coale Michael Colderon Steve Conwell Kevin Costello Dicky Culbertson Bobby Davis Adam Dawson Brenda Elliott Cathy Evans Christine Evans Randal Fletcher Robert Foley Victor Garrett David George Albert Giacalone Douglas Gilbert Judy Gilbert David Goodwin Sheila Graf But Still Enjo Some of Their ld Classes - -1:1 I-I Jian. ,Q-exitvwih. 'V if Eli'- 5 ,fb,,i 5,,., ,Z ., - ,gg Q X f V "' f ll if IM r ,g y if X Qgli ff ww 3 m F5 3' QW? 7 2 , Q 45 ,. gi Z Q Q 22? 5 ,W Q WJ ., ,lanolyn Green Raymond Gregg Betty Hayes Carolyn Heckadon Cheryl Hicks Brenda Hieber Marsha Hill Sonny Hill Denny Hochstedler Larry Hoover Steven Huckaby Craig Jackson Angela ,lanes Neal Jennings Randy Jones Roy Lee Jones Ann Kennon Donald Keith Rebecca Keith Sharrion Keith Connie Kern Mark Koca Jeffery Koger Michael Lane .lackie Lackey Danny Leonard Greg Leonard Paul Lurton Pamela Lutes Freddie Manes jamie Marcum Sharla Marshall Tony Marshall Blaine Martin Lajeana Martin Sheri Matzke Tammy Mcconnaughey Dale McGinnis Dennis McWilliams Lora Mooney John Moore Randy Moore Kent Morlan Robin Mullen Rhonda Murphy Michael Neale Renee Neely Joey Norval Troy Nicholas 5 7 1. Mrs. Maxine Wilson looks on at a studentis work. 2. Mrs. Ruth Koea teaches students about musical instruments. 3. Beginners Band. 4. We decorate to show different seasons. 5. Advanced Beginners Strings. 6. Mrs. Donnis Barber reads to her class. 7. We enjoy our noon recess. 6 :Nw if As They Work Responsibilities I 1 Janice Onkelet Jeff Parrish Anthony Person Archie Price Deanna Price Teresa Price Denis Proctor Debra Pruitt Richard Reeder Randall Ridgeway Judith Robb Michael Robison Timothy Rock Kelly Rodgers Debra Rogers Charlotte Roseman .loel Schantz .lay Schwalm Debra Shaner Christina Shellhorn Robbie Shull Carla Simmons Robert Smith Sheryl Sprinkle Gordon Spurgeon Jerry Stutesman Erma Swartz Joyce Swopes Gregory Tabor Donald Taylor ,lay Truitt Rollene Walker Carl Webb Robin Williams Billy Wilson Scott Witt Jerry Woodard Sharri Wynes Kelly Zartman John Craig Donna Ellifrits Deborah Lippert Johnnie McCullick Kathie Rauch Sheila Ward Scott Weiman Randall Wilson David Youll il ! 3 4 H' L' 3" MA ek i 2 8 In picture 1-Beth Butler and Janice Onkelet sit talking at the lunch table. No. 2-Christy Evans hard at work. No. 3-Mrs. Monroe's class listens attentively. No. 4-Recess is the best time of the day. No. 5-Mrs. Baumgarner's class. No. 6-Just one of the bulletin boards in the fifth grade. No. 7-Margaret Andersen and Ricky Coale help each other in the library. No. 8-Mrs. Graf enjoys reading to her students. Sixth Grade So Close Yet Sixth graders are learning more in the areas of Science, Health, Math, Language Arts., and History. In Science they are making posters, terraniums, and reports. In Health they are doing research on scientists, dis- ease, and our ecology. In Math they are learning addition, subtraction, division, and multiplication of fractions. In Language Arts they are learning the uses of sentence structure. In History they are finding out about Latin American animals. 1. Kelly Gilbert politely poses for the photographer. 2. Mrs. Tittle has a moment to rest between classes. 3, 4, 5. 6th grade 5th hour P. E. 6. Mrs. Swager relaxes with her students. 7. Halloween Bulletin Board. 8. Mary Rogers smiles for the photographer. 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No. 2-Art class works hard to finish their projects. No. 3-Mrs. Sandra Eaves helps her class with spelling. No. 4-P.E. boys stand patiently waiting to hit a volleyball. No. 5-Miss Phipps class. 160 Dean Pate Scott Pentecost Darryl Perkins Carol Person Greg Powell Elizabeth Price Kevin Purtle Kristi Rabe Bonnie Reeder .loe Resz Michelle Resz Glen Rodgers Steven Roe Mary Rogers Sean Rogers Danny Runyan Linnie Sallee Cherylon Schecker Gregg Sewell Bobby Sbellhorn Connxe Slmmons Deana Sm1th Ruthxe Smythla Brad Sprlnkle Bobby Stacy Jlmm Summers 'Vlarsha Swartz Ilene Tabor C ay Tarwater Dav1d Tavlor Marllyn Taylor Tlgner Stephanle Turner Chrls Vlckers James Vlttetoe Beverly Wadsley Clndy Walsh john Wlnflel Mark White Darren Whltesell Randall Wood Alvin Woolford Bonnle Wosoba Ga1l Wyrlck Terl Yarnell Nancy Yoder Carolme Andersen Robert Bean Fred Harrls Sue Hoffman Russell McCoy Paula Whltfleld ' y l Charles ww1mWw mm. -- Dairy Maid O Drive-In F tain Garrel Orders Phone 876-3032 B Ogart M u, r Thrift-T Coin Car Wash Vacuum Sibley and Nice people, a beautiful place, friendly service. Located on Hwy. 54 El Dorado Springs Cleaners n.T"-n. M CARTERS MARKET 125 N. Main Serving you f r over 0 30 years Ford has a better idea Fugate Ford Park Hotel in 200 N. Ma 876-2588 Cable T.V. Air Conditioned Maid Service Light Housekeeping Located Downtown New Management All New Remodeled Rooms Cagle"s Furniture Hwy. 32 El Dorado Springs Larry I-Iolt's Music Simgnffs Center Drive-In 109 W. Spring Ph. 876-2710 Music Books Ph- 8764212 Guital-S Tape Players Piang Tuning Guitar Lessons Records Amplifiers Alvord A.L. and Penny y p Alvord Best Wishes to the Senior Class 139 W. S ri e Eve-Ette Beauty 113 Winner Road S Making you beautiful is our business. C El Dorado TPOWbPldg6S Plumblng and Nu Way I-Ieatlng Cleaners D. D. Pursley 139W S El Dorado Sales C0 ElDor g M 6 4 Ph 14171 876 4267 James and Evelyn Esry Lo t cl on Hwy. 32 and U Hog sales on e Wednesday Cattle sales Th d y Schwalm Dishwashers Refrigerators El t . Ranges ec Freezers Washers 113 N. Main Celer TV 876-3521 Siefee General Electric- A Lighting Fixtures Hc:A-Whar1p001 Wiring Meieiiei CHICKEN MARY S Hyw. 54 East xr: 1 Shoemakelns arket 111 S. Main 168 Students always enjoy eating delicious chicken at Zerngasfs Chicken Mary's CICS MEATS 5 Cedar Cafe Tom and Linda Emison Featuring Steaks, Chops, Baked Potatoes 876-4841 The finest fresh meats- just ask your neighbor, he's been here. Custom Slaughtering and Butchering aaa? aynes Variety Hwy. 54 East Large enough to serve you but small enough to know you. Cassell Chevrolet Hwy. 54 East El Dorado Springs Ernie Harris State Farm Insurance 212 S. Main El Dorado Springs, Mo. Carl's Gun Shop Route 1 El Dorado Springs Vernon and Helen Hobbs El Dorado Motel Phone 876-2125 102 H y 54 E El D d Sp g Witt Printing Co Witt's 66 Witt Printing supports the Bulldogs Meet your K El Dorado f Lanes xx Hwy. 54 East 3 1 El Dorado Springs 1 1 876-4224 W A Complete Pro-Shop Facilities Stop at Witt's 66 and you'll stop again. Woody Motors Hwy. 54 East For homestyle cooking visit Adam's Grill for every meal. Hwy. 54 Compliments of Satisfaction Guaranteed M ATCO Intersection Hwy. 32 and 54 FM 107.1 KESM AM We proudly support and promote the development of the El Dorado Springs DECA Program. The little giant of the Tri-County Rosemary's Beauty Shop 407 East Gentry Contin ntal Telephone Compan 608 S. First Street 3 Coopers Pharmacy Communit Lumber 105 S. Main Specialities, Home Supplies, and Gift Ideas Excavating Dennis Kennon Flowers By at fra in f I Hauling Rt 3 B 350 EID d p g 876-2292 Tina Sac Usage is 1 GA Oil and Gas Phone 876-3166 1104 S. Park special ring. 101 N. M Visit Simpson Jewelry E Smith Plumbing Verpie Phone New-Remodel-Service Work 876-2486 323 W. Pine El Dorado Springs Sig 1 Ro al afe 104 N. Main El Dorado Springs Smith and Heating fowner, Warner Cable T of El Dorado Springs 107 W. Spring Street van s Rexall rugs Gifts for all occasions Veterinary Supplies Pharmacists-Elton Evans, Louis Stolte Tri-County State Bank KAMO Electric Cooperative Inc El Dorado Springs, Mo. member of FDIC Where E.H.S. students save for their future ,aa B a 5 Wholesale Power for Rural America Beaty Brothers Construction Bm B, Bob B. 876-4206 876-4181 Gravel and Dirt Hauling Land Impro vement and Bulldozing 1 every day of the year. Janssens Funeral Home Grcen's Standard Service Dealer and Agent You expect more from Standard and you get it. w West K--fi? H y. 54 Fashion Shoppe Wilmer and C. I. Hutchison managers Ray and Frances 119 N. Main Smith Kennon Ready Mix Hwy. 54 East I lg f"- -l:i?Vi7ZW" "" '15 N ffvv ..,MM..f,,M921Zi5'M-WZ' "" M' F121 - Western Auto The Family Store 103 S. Main Scott Coln Operated Laundries and Dry Cleaners Dry Cleane h h l The Clothes Closet 115 N M El Dorado Sprin Where students shop for value and style WW Tires Mufflers Batteries fi 3 Moody and Juanita Bland Phone S 124 N. Mann 376-2826 El Dorado Springs Lawn Boy Mowers, Black and Decker Tools, Furniture, and Appliances r Courtesy of Sac Osage Electric Cooperative Jim Hacker, General Manager lll3 S. Ma' El Dorado Sp gs Ph 876 2432 fl 876 2499 Skatemoor Arena ,Iulian's Ready Mix Phone 876-2348 Ll Dorado Springs I-laekleman's Flower Shop Blooming with new ideas 305 S. Main El Dorado Phone 876-3513 Offlee Supplies H and R Block BOW M, The income tax people 876-2222 Compliments of Isbell-Carothers Funeral Home H.C. Householder and Sons Monument Co. Junction Hwy. 54 and 32 876-3713 The Ultimate in Design . . . Workmanship. . . 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