Moore Central Mid High School - Cub Yearbook (Moore, OK)
- Class of 1987
Page 1 of 144
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 144 of the 1987 volume:
annrwuavsumwummgzmmnuaxnzumuuqsrnnarnnuanuyawmnumhzm f.:,.-up x uganviaa 1 in
f .v,..-wk rm, -e
1 H! ay
,Q ,r 1,5
T Qui J!
A zu Q!
c 3 3:0 '2
, , mm-.xf.:'
Q 13 ,4 if
. 'fm 'Z x ' FA
, ', 2 W ' 9
Wt , ' ' AF
q u '
' ' iw '
- ,1 w w
J L 2,1
"f f - L Lin,
' ' JM , '
WHAT DID YOU SAY???? Teri Bobo and
Dawn Dowling perform at the Howdy Day
Assembly as Tim Watson looks on. These
sophomores are in Drama Club.
,A ,JM L." ly.
or f--f-41 f-s- A
:-:fees-1 ' H ",,,-,aw 4' A
,, fi..M.+mw-v.:eWw, A D
,. vm -I M , .W i ,fx T" 'TEL-X"
G Moore Central Mid-High School
1 W 400 N. Broadway
87 Cub Moore, OK 73160
Volume 10 405-799-8421
TRUE SPIRIT is what sophomore Alex
Aitken shows during Homecoming As-
LOST IN THE CROWD is exactly what
these freshmen are after the Homecom-
I lll I
Iwi' ,3'1i'l IQ
b Opening A-fd
HEE HAW Drama class members perform a skit at Homecoming
bers Kristi Corcoran, jamie Pickens, Kathy I O
Rainer and Tresa Lupton as they perform
FEELING PAIN T are yearbook staff mem . -
"s1sTER sus FEELS PAINT." X LK D iii
r 'Fel 1 y Un-
Yr bg X--" ,T ,
ai ,. 54 -,ff
T he school meant many things
to many people. We asked them
in one word to describe it.
"Homework," said sophomore
"Blast," said sophomore Chris
Mr. jim Faurot said, "Stu-
dents" and sophomore Dace Gor-
Though not all agreed on how
they felt, it was "Unforgettable,"
, I I
MOVIN' TO THE BEAT are freshmen Amy West, Lisa Dye and Veronica
A CLASS ACT Sophomore Kevin Richardson, school mascot, carries top hat
and cane at the Fall Festivities Assembly.
his year the school was a full
house, with an overwhelm-
ing number of students. The
lunch lines seemed to extend to
the parking lot. In between
classes people squeezed into the
R c THE BAND marches at the Homecoming Parade.
halls. But as the saying goes, the
more, the merrier. And the ad-
ded school spirit at pep assem-
blies and football games made
this year's students unique.
d Student Life Division PIE IN THE FACE? Thein Pham, freshman, eats pie while blindfo
at the Howdy Day assembly.
HI! Pam Combs and jenny Bertone, freshmen, wave during the H
,,, 'Zig' is Qugggifigggffygwll sis r
M AYV! -,!!, ll MAN? ,IMLQLWN
Q .,. .
Gif' ' H s 9- .
MR. MCELVANY AT HIS BEST? Coach
Sam McElvany and Ms. Karen Woodward
pose in their costumes on Halloween Dress-
YOUTH AND GOVERNMENT
performs its skit for the Howdy Day
Student Life Division e
Wave coughr thot
s second hour began, so did
The ballots were passed out, and
everyone voted for their favorite
As the day went by, the excite-
ment heated up. By the time of the
assembly, the whole student body
was bursting with curiousity!
As the band and cheerleaders
preformed, the excitement in the
air could be felt by everyone!
Then the "big" announcement
was made. Crystal Parks was the
name heard over the speaker!
When asked how she felt when
she found out she was the '86-'87
Homecoming Queen, she an-
swered, "l was surprised and ex-
cited but simply speechless!"
Just what does homecoming
mean? Here are a few replies:
Freshman Cristi Henderson,
"Spirit and pride in the school."
Sophomore Stephanie Kendal,
"Football game, homecoming
queen and assemblies."
Freshman Joe Waters, "Foot-
Homecoming Queen, Crystal
Parks, was escorted by Van
Sophomore attendants were
Amy Thompson, escorted by Toby
Simpson, and Kathryn Howe, es-
corted by Randy Puckett.
Freshman attendants were Kim
Hopper, escorted by Shayne Cham-
berlain, and Lisa Simmons, escort-
ed by Monty Rumsey.
A ROYAL TYSMILE . . . '86-'87 Homecom-
ing Royalty flash the camera a happy smile.
Fall Festivities I
O I O
TOPPING IT OI-'F WITH CLASS are soph
omores Crystal Parks and Van Nguyen.
TAKING A STROLL are Homecoming
Queen Crystal Parks and escort Van
POSINC ONE LAST TIME are freshmen
Kim Hopper and escort Shayne Chamber-
K rf I
4 ' 1
x - 1-3
, f llll'F
' ' ,umm
MM. . I L, ,
UNDER THE ARCHWAY stand sopho- WAITING PATIENTLYfor the announfe- ALL SMILE5 are freshmen Lisa Simmons
mores Amy Thompson and escort Toby ments are sophomores Kathryn Howe and and csfort Monty Rumsy.
Simpson. escort Randy Puckett.
11111 Festivities B
hrough the heat of it, Central stu-
dents made the summer memora-
Camp was one way to enjoy the
summer and sophomores Tiffany
Klarich, Crystal Parks, and Shawna
Rutledge decided Falls Creek was defi-
nitely the camp to attend.
Meanwhile sophomores Tiffany
Trotter, Steve Lasater, Shaunna Walk-
er, Kyle Osbourne and Jamie Pickens
Steve Lasater said, "I really liked the
gorillas. I could relate to them!"
Freshmen Christy Floyd and Sandy
Hester shopped the summer away at
Macy's and the Galleria in Dallas.
Pat Oathout, sophomore, went to
Louisana for a month of baseball and
Whether they stayed at home or
went out of town, Central students
made the summer one to remember.
AFTER GORILLA CAZING sophomores jamie Pickens, Tiffany Trot-
ter, Kyle Osbourne, Steve Lasater, and Shaunna Walker take time to
pose for a picture.
BEAR TREES? Jennifer Simpson, sophomore, relaxes on the lap of a
bear made from a redwood tree in Crescent City, California.
WISHEUL DREAMINC. Sophomore Kile Reynolds looks at
a Saturn V, F1 engine at Cape Canaveral, Florida, Kile is
planning a career in aviation.
M A W N-lF""'-n...
Growing even MCDORE
he Moore community
changed tremendously over
the past year.
Shopping plazas sprung up all
over Moore from clothing stores to
"I wish Moore would get a movie
theater and then Moore would be
completed!" said sophomore Kim
Central students didn't cruise
12th Street on Friday night as in
past years. Instead they were at
Jammers, Specials Limited, and
"I really like Specials because of
the great looking guys and I love to
jam!" said jennifer Doyle.
Food was still on the minds of
Friday nite partiers. They could be
found at Mazzio's, McDonald's,
and the new Hardee's on S.E. 19th
A new City Hall building was
built on Broadway. The Moore Li-
brary was renovated.
Instructor Karen Tyson said, "I
attended 12 years in the Moore
School system from 1955-65. The
town of Moore has grown from
1100 people then to a city today.
The school system has changed in
many ways too, but particularly
from one elementary and one high
school to a very large school sys-
tem. I have taught with some of my
former teachers and principals. I
believe that Moore is a very fine
school system with many educators
who are truly interested in helping
Qi T ff r is
A, , 'MMA' ,, , I 71,5 3... ,s.f,,:...-ffvnha-':, - V- ,, ...,.,
HUNGRY? You can usually find a few stu-
dents working and eating at the new Har-
dee's on 19th Street.
NEED SOME PICTURES? YOUR HAIR
CUT? Then you could have gone to these
two new stores on 19th Street.
TAX DOLLARS AT WORK. The new City
Hall was completed by spring 1986.
tudent Council sponsored a
Spirit Week that lasted five days.
Monday was Nerd Day. Tuesday
was Hee-Haw Day. Wednesday
was Freshman Blue-White Day.
Thursday was Sophomore Blue-
White Day. Friday was Halloween
Freshman Kellie Strong said, "I
liked spirit week. It was fun." She
dressed up for Nerd Day and
Freshman Blue-White Day.
If you saw babies, you had to
have seen freshman Ami West. She
dressed up for Nerd Day and Hal-
loween Dress-Up Day.
This week wasn't just for stu-
dentsg it was also for teachers.
"I enjoyed it," said Mr. Young.
Not did We only have one gorilla
roaming around school, but we had
two! Roger Brown also dressed up
in his gorilla suit for Halloween
Dress-Up Day to wear while he pa-
trolled the student store at lunch to
keep those students in line. ,
Not everyone went to the store to
buy something for their costume
for Halloween Dress-Up Day.
dressed up like the 50's
bobby socks and poodle
said, "I liked it. It was
a little weird."
the freshmen girls
Spirit Week ie Young dressed
Dress-Up Day in
A F52 Vf N L' f7" Z L, f .f, WA
M ' .M ' W ' w wf W W ' H V ,A 1, ,,,, , NW.
, ,Hg , , 1 ' , ..
Q ' ,
H wiw -"-"- f L-" V W 'Ev ' , , -11: 7 V , I 7 9
K, I' V y " '
fm, NE 5 ,ff an V ,-- wg V- K , ,, gf 4
. W , , H , L I ,QW 2 2. ,.,, l W V, 34 . 2,5 My gg W I
g 'Q M " W 'X V - 'P' MWWW ' ' " '- 4-fl-fl,
V' ' :ff 2 2 if V- if ' ,, "" f H V' f. I "" -
,QQ I ',ff:f'-f,- -. A 'gk H2 45 . ,,.,. ,Mei 3164, ., f ,.. .,,:,.
H 'f . H ' ., , , A I - 1
, f 'iw ,,
- 1 ,Mi "',-, w- 7 ,. ,
4' ' Z H if f , L
,, , , .. , , ,, M., L, ..,. M .,. A, ., ,, ,,
I ,X W VAV' K'A 5 M
' 7 - K "" ' ' f
gf 1 I 'M W
I , W Vg , , 7,,, , www
5 , 6' ff 'ff V f
,, 5" ,Z f
,Aff V I , I ',,., gf fa
L , Kh ' .
3 Vw, Z
Wm Nz., f
, , VW. W' .
'V ffl? ,
" V nf? ,
.. , I
' 2 , 74 , , '
, W it
"'iE?f:'T1'Y"V ' V
, I Ll VL ,Tim
WOPWmCheck outfthe gfxy legsAofLtheseV-frgshmen cheer-
leadgis Mike Smithg1Chtistiarg' Chena1.ift,kMatt Berlfeleygf m
jjiflfkkqnkly Cloudiagfthe Powder -Puff Fgotlaall Game. 9
Spirit Week 3
ffRWQliK WJ llfiwlill. WJ WW 7lHHWE lBlEAlW'
n October 24 students
filled the gym that had
been transformed into a
scary sight by the cheerleaders,
ready for a night of jamming.
KJIO3 deejayed the dance.
Sophomore Van Nguyen and
Dawn Dowling both agreed that
the music could have been better.
"They didn't play enough new
music, and what they played, they
played over and over," Dawn said.
Winner for the best costume was
Alex Aitkin who dressed as a hill-
Stephinie Hodgen, sophomore,
said, "I was really enthused about
the dance! We had just won our
game, so the D.I. let me talk on the
Everyone was looking forward to
the next one which was in Febru-
The Sweetheart Dance was spon-
sored by Student Council and the
Moore Central Cheerleaders.
To fit the theme, "Heart to
Heart," students wore pink, red
The week before the dance stu-
dents could buy paper hearts and
print a message on them to their
valentine. The valentines hung on
the walls of the gym lobby the
night of the dance.
Students jammed to the music
from the KI103 Road Show.
Sophomores Greg Lee and Chris
Larkin won the dance contest. They
danced away with the records and
movie passes they won.
Freshman Kimmy Followwill
and sophomore Dorothy Cardenas
summed it up when they said, "It
was really cool how people got in-
volved and really had fun. It was a
dance to remember!"
IAMMIN' in their hillbilly costumes are
Leslie Harris and Alex Aitken at the Hallow-
4 I-lalloweenfValentine Dances Q
TAKINGA BREAK are
sophomores Todi Jilge
and freshmen Leanne
Wilmith and Wendy
WHERE COULD IT BE? Sophomores jason
BABX GET DOWN! Sophomore Terry Per- Schrader and Brian Mitchell and freshmen
ryman and freshman julie Rogers jam to the Becky Keith and Meredith Tiffin look for their
IAMMIN' ON THE 1 are students at the Halloween Dance.
"Sweetheart Valentines" on the wall.
ONE MORE DANCE. Sophomores Kyle Ma-
son and Shawna Rutledge dance to a familiar
if HalloweenfValentine Dances 5
Again . .AQOWW . . .
I t was fifth hour November 26th
when the faculty did it again ffm' the
sixth year in a rovllll.
All the students thought they would
win, The Faculty thought they would.
The action started out with the valley-
ball game which the faculty won.
The students thought, "That's o.k.
We'1i win the next une." The students
thought wrong. The Faculty won the 3-
legged race which put the students be-
Kristi Corcoran, sophomore, said, "I
thought the 3-legged race was fun even
though we didzft win."
Merfs basketball was the next game.
They had to win. it was only worth 5
paints, but that would be Five points
more than they had before. Then they
won which made the students feel better
about the score.
Pat Oathont, sophomore, said, "I
thought it was fun bearing the teachers
'cause the students hadn't won a basket-
ball game in a while, but I wish Coach
Raper would have played."
Next was womexfs basketball which
the Faculty barely won by one point.
Then came the egg relay race where
the students shnwed just how sly they
were. They stuck um to the egg and
spoon. It worked gm' awhile until the
faculty caught on. Thais when the stu-
dents get disqualified from the race.
"Oh well," the siudenks said. "Weil
win the next one."
And they did. They won the mystery
race Call you had to do was crawl through
hula hocvpsb. 1
The score was 25-15, but when the
next game was announced, the students
PULL HARDER! The cheerleaders pull
the teachers across the line to win the
6 Student-Faculty Games
knew the faculty would win.
The faculty won the nerd race and
furthered the score ten points.
The obstacle course was next. The stu-
dents almost won, but the faculty came
through at the last minute.
'The hardest part was getting over the
balance hom and getting finished be-
fore the next guy could ga," said Ms.
Becky Berg, biology teacher,
The wheelbarrow race was another
disappointing game. The faculty won
Next was the womenfs tugwf-war. The
cheerleaders lined up on one side with
teachers on the other. It didrft take long
before the faculty was begging for mer-
cy, but the cheerleaders didn't let up.
They won and forwarded the 'score 15
"I though it was great winning the
tug-of-war because it showed who was
stronger and especially since we didn't
win last year," said Leslie Harris, sopho-
Last was the men's tug-ofnwar. Facuhy
was on one side and Industrial Arts Club
on the other. The faculty had confidence.
After all, Mr. George Standard was on
their side. They had a little too much
confidence, and the students won.
As the scores were added up, the stuf
dents were excited. They thought they
might have a chance. But as the scores
were added, disappointment fell on the
crowd. The students had lost by five
The final score was 59-45. The faculty
were the champions im at least that's
what they caiied themselvesj. Wait until
,-mga iwf,-ff::a f -,
SHOOT FOR TWO! Sophomore Pat
Oathout throws the ball for two points.
' 5 .lv 'Vi ggyy 31
iff :":'V: ww, f: :,f -f
4 . ,K ,I 'gg , f fj:15,,.,
if 5 A
3 o W o ., ,o A
ma n ! ..,- , ,ff ww V w , mf vw, fy, ,,,,4f+5f,,4wm,4,Miw
QWY JU-7,349 f', , riff? 'fu
WHATA CUTE COUPLE! Sophomores
Kristi Corcoran and jamie Pickens run
to try to win the three-legged race.
f,Vr 24.15 ,QW .,,:
, L. ,,' I V
W J mai
f ,fb JJ
Cheerleaders International Club
Faculty Science Club
Future Homemakers of Student Council
Industrial Arts Club
National Honor Society Youth and Government
4 Ml ,,,.,
uttiiu m M
,imp , f ,. 2
min . , 4
ft f ...ff
, a? A7
DRIBBLE THAT BALL! Sophomore A V
Larry Boatmun clribbles the basketball while Dylan Wagner is ready to assist
DONT LET CO OF ME! Karen Parsons
and Jenny Bennett, freshmen, struggle
in the wheelbarrow race.
Student-Faculty Games 7
The royol feeling extends to
Winter Festivities . . .
his year's Winter Festivities Queen was
Chantel Coulter. Her escort was Pat
"I was so excited to be the queen," said
The sophomore attendants were Tiffany
Klarich and her escort Bryan Wiltse, and
Cheri Frazier and her escort Chuck Melton.
The freshman attendants were Carrie
Skinner and her escort Jeff Ronck and Kaci
Harrell and her excort James Ronck.
"It was fun just being attendant even
though I knew I couldn't be the Queen,"
said freshman Kaci Harrollf'
WAITING PATIENTLY is Chantel Coulter as Pat Oathout
places the crown on her head.
ALL AT ONCE NOW' The royalty poses
for that one last shot,
NOT ANOTHER! Sophomore attendant Tiffani Klarich and her excort
Bryan Wiltse pose for one last picture.
CHEESE. Freshman attendant Carrie Skinner and her escort jeff Ronck
take their turn.
SMILE. Sophomore attendant Cheri Frazier and her escort Chuck Mel-
ton smile for the photographer,
A CUTE COUPLE! Freshman attendant Kaci Harrell and her
escort james Ronck.
my Winter Festivities 9
Whofs in foshion?
sprit, Guess, Keds, Swatch,
Coach, Reebok, Coke, and Mickey
Sound familiar? These were just
a few of the fashion names that
swept across Central.
Sophornores Brenee Rayborn
and Tammy Thomas said, "We like
to wear Guess jeans and oversized
Sophomore Nickie Petrakis pre-
ferred goose downs, Levis, and rop-
Most guys stuck to jeans and
"YOU WANT A PICTURE Of ME?" Freshmen lennifer,
Fellows and Becca Richmond and 'sophomore Jill Crissmaxn '
shirts. They did take time to choose
their wardrobe with care though.
Sophomore David Dacus said, "I
take about 15 or 20 minutes to de-
cide what to wear."
They also liked to look stylish.
Freshman Alberto Cantu said, "I
like punk clothes and a little prep
Sophomore Brian Mitchell said,
"I like this year's style! lt's laid
back and comfortable."
Jewelery was a big plus as ex-
pressed by freshman Jennifer Fel-
10 Fashions 3
"I like mod colors and lots of
jewelery, especially tif it's silver!"
said Jennifer. l
Another popular favorite with
both guys and girls was Guess Pro-
ducts by designer Georges Mar'
Jeans, tee-shirts, sweatshirts,
overalls, and skirts could all be
found under this designer's brand.
When it came to fashion .Central
students dressed with style! p i
are Christy Pl0yd,NChar Shaiibfand
Shepherd. X Wx yf X
5 " e 'W
5 ,4 tn
JM L , ,2 , 1
i . A' V Q FAU' Q' jeff ' W
., 31801, .wx
D01WE T? Freshmen
lulie Simmims, Amy HekQsQ ghdisdphbmore Sa-
V -mamhai Morris pose fcr phe camera. L '
wma , 5 at
X NOT AGAINIH? Sophomoresfjaf
N ,mid Pickens, Kristi Corcorgin, and
' 'Teresa' Fanieillb look irritatedias
ftheir picture jis taken one more
ECTIC was one word that
wrapped up behind-the-scenes
work of the Talent Show held on
Directors M . Lynette
Mclieithan and Mrs. Debbie Korff
were trying to get the sound and
Some ways of handling the pres-
sure were one last, fast practice, or a
"I was restless, real hyper and
ready to let go," said Julie Rodgers,
freshman, explaining her feelings
would be fun
The next step was actually get
ting on to the stage and perform
I was scared before I went out
there but after I got out there I
wanted to stay said sophomore
Terry Perryman. A4
The Talent Show was shown
twice, once to the freshmen and
once to the sophomores. There
were eight different acts ranging
from gymnastics to heavy metal
bands. All were a hit.
Andrea Barnes '
of what it's like waitingftil show-
Angie Blackwood, sophomore,
said, "I want to be a performer, and
I wanted the experience."
Other answers differed from "To
get out of class!" to "I thought it
After all the practice, brain-rack-
ing nervousness, excitement, anx-
iousness, and being scared was all
over, the performers knew they had
worked their hardest, did their
best, and gave their hearts to put on
a talented Talent Show.
12 Talent Show 3
BOX HOWDW MCs Katherine Howe and
Kevin Richardson, dressed as hillbillies, in-
troduce the first of eight acts.
ROCK ON!! Sophomore David Mann
with his band, Uproar, to a Bon Jovi
"Shot Thru the Heart."
.k.: -1:-if ,Qwfkfy k..k, .if
WHAT DID YOU THINK? Sopho-
mores Terry Perryman and Kile Reyn-
olds lip sync at the annual Talent Show.
COOL AND COLLECTED. Sophomore
Andrea Barnes sings as she also scans
the crowd at the Talent Show on Febru-
JUST FF R 'rf U SP-W1
L ud tTe er
just For You 3
,-.N w ff Q iw
:MS H! ' aj f
ur A , - .
, La" '
z.i1q'f:m.up'ezazgmqmvg-mfffrm Y ,,,,,
xcitement grew as all 2.8 girls
entered the gym.
This was it. Cheerleading
"I was so nervous I messed up a
lot," said sophomore Tammy
The excitement grew tense. Now
was the moment.
Who had made it? As the outgo-
ing members of the squad called
12 girls' names, there were
cheers, hugs and tears.
best moment of cheerlead-
me was when I made it,"
said freshman Erica I-Ioweth.
Later that night the squad found
out that this year would be busy.
"Coming out of eighth grade into
ninth grade is a pretty big step, es-
pecially having extra-curricular ac-
tivities after and before school that
demand a lot of time and energy,"
said freshman Pam Combs.
There was a lot to prepare for.
They had practice everyday for two
to three hours. They also had to get
their uniforms, plan for cheerlead-
ing camp, and more.
Practice started the week after
tryouts. The squad prepared for
camp for almost two months. It
was held by the Universal Cheer-
leading Association and held at
Camp lasted four days. The
squad worked hard from morning
"I think all the hard work and
effort that we put into cheerleading
is worth it," said freshman Tricia
The last day of camp proved all
the preparation and hard work had
paid off. The squad won a spirit
stick everyday, twenty blue superi-
or first place ribbons, two gold su-
perior first place ribbons, two camp
championship first place trophies,
and a spirit stick to take home.
Our mascot won a spirit stick
everyday, three, blue superior first
place ribbons, and the spirit stick
Cheerleaders GOIN ll!
to take home.
Altogether, the squad took home
the maximum they could win.
"The best thing that happened to
me was at camp when we took ever-
ything. I was proud of myself and
my squad," said sophomore Alex
Practice started a month before
school started. They knew they
would have to work hard to make
the year a success.
"We always do our best at prac-
tice so we will do even better when
we cheer," said sophomore Angie
They had to plan for assemblies,
dances to co-sponsor, posters to
make, games to cheer at, practice,
and, of course, they had to promote
school spirit within the school.
"We try to promote school spirit
and show the teams and coaches
that we love them and want them to
win," said freshman Andrea Max-
During football season the squad
cheered their team on to victory.
"I was so proud of our freshman
team for being undefeated and our
sophomores for their great season,"
said sophomore Tresa Lupton.
After the busy football season
was over, they had to prepare for
the winter sports.
"I support our athletes by cheer-
ing them on and helping them any
way I can," said Kim Whish.
After winter sports were over the
squad practiced for spring assem-
"I think all the time and hard
work is worth it 'cause in the end
we feel proud that we could do it,"
said freshman Heather Meldrum.
After that it didn't stop. Now
they must prepare for the 1987-88
"I am going to try out again but
for cheerleader," said Kevin Rich-
ardson. For the ones who make it, it
'would be another year of hard work
and lots of fun.
she helps introduce the football players
STATE YOUR NAME says Leslie Harris as
DONT DROP ME! says Trici
- ' f n' ff E
gs ' ff 1
AWESOME The cheerleaders com-
plete another perfect performance.
CHEESE! Erica Howeth and Tresa
Lupton stop to pose for a picture be-
fore going out to cheer.
Leslie Harris Captain
Mascot: Kevin Richardson
Sponsors: Betty Taylor and
WAITING IN ANTICIPA TION are Mascot
Kevin Richardson, Leslie Harris, Jenny Ber-
tone, and Tresa Lupton.
thletes, a total ingredient of
practice, skill, practice,
ability, and more practice.
Competitive sports ranged
from football to golf, but what-
ever the sport, the athletes were
all the same in one way. They
all tried their hardest to be the
best at what they did.
Q ,iff 1 V , - gl wr
J f 1 at ,", 1, 4 jg '51
'ily' A -.: vA" f VV: fl' X A 'ng' 7
Y IWW, I rzl , ,,.,,. 5 I fi H . K, at
' fha if " gh
1.7 , ,, U fm VV VV gi- !
,:,i' if .IZ
18 Sports Division 9
MY NUMBER IS 74 ,M Travis Few tens his na Q
,,,,-,,,,--,--.1 position at the Homecoming Assembly.
ki? :.k .-,. - K K Rig
-rr,,s ,rr ? r
nfs? 35-fs f lv 'oi-
sgi if fr -
f?c,,.5u-'5VE55i5k . ::. wif' f . ji,
ON TOP OF THE PYRAMID. Kyle McDonald, Tobey Simpson, R
dy Puckett, and john Stafford cheer on the girl football players at
Powder Puff Football Game.
UNDEFEATED AGAIN!! Once more the freshman football team h
managed a no-loss season.
"' STEADY .. STEADY Sophomore 'i-'
Debbie Wells does a back walkover on the
LAP AFTER LAR jason Schrader,
sophomore, butterflies another lap
during practice at the high school
Sports Division 19
Kyle Davis, David Gattis, Patrick Good,
Matt Herndon, Michael Johnson, Timo-
thy Kindler, David Lightfoot, Chris
McClees, Terry Nickles, Peter Parsons,
Michael Phillips, Danny Reed, Greg
Reed, Mark Rhodes, Manuel Roman,
Tony Southerland, Timothy Thornton,
Keith Vinyard, David Vos Alecx Coo
per Michael Fitzgerald, Randy Gantz
Johnny Graham Chris Harris Jason
Holland Robert Hughes Eric Lewis
Patrick Oathout Matthew Russ, Mi-
chael Schane Chris Selby Timothy Ste-
phenson, Danny Towey II, Eric Walton
Manager Shelly Arther Christine
.Bryars Jennifer Coil
Coach Craig Wright
sophomore gets ready . f ,.
to pitch. ',,,, r
I I I
f G ,
Q st is ...tram I as
s s arms'-5 W
Matt Herndon, catches
the ball, as it
Qi .,.. . f .
. . ---- fhfff..- ss..-was
. sissy.-. f
-sxd,,..Q,,J-xg1..... I, 5
A P so t o
. sw Y H .. lerstfarlf f' X
. sf i iia if W Y , X
Ng.. , . . It. .
it ei gi. , I
:s --e- " , . N
.ii .... a . ii'-'s T
s is 'J N' -Ls Y
-- as - TWT? A .
K s-straws Y
ff. .... . -QM-rf
20 Baseball Q
CET IT OVER THE PLATE! Freshman
Danny Reed catches the ball.
ne of the most de-
manding sports at
school was baseball.
It was a popular sport as a lot of
football players transferred into
it for second semester.
Freshman Mike Phillips and
sophomore David Cochran were
two baseball players. They had
both played Little League and
got into baseball because they
enjoyed it. They also wanted to
play in high school. Mike was
aiming for a college scholarship
When the two discussed base-
ball, it sounded like a lot of fun,
but it's also a lot of hark work.
"We run about two miles a
day and we do fifteen sprints
and a lot of other exercise," Da-
They also did stretches, push-
ups, and suicide until 5 o'clock
each evening, Mike added.
The hard work will pay off.
They both agreed that Central
would have a good team this
year. All the players get along
Q, 3 .
occer was a very challenging
sport. A player was con-
In practice players conditioned to
meet these standards.
Some athletes chose soccer as the
most fun and the most challenging
Players had to drill to perfect their
skills in juggling, passing and man-
uvering the ball.
THE NEXT Pl:'LI:"? Sophomore Edward Hayden gets
ready to put some moves on an oncoming player.
Jeremy Blackwell, Bill Bray, Quinton,
GIRLS SOCCER Cobb, Todd Hinderson, Bryan How-
Lauiren Barrera ard, Chris Jefferson, lun Hoe Kim,
lffdl Berryman Jun Hyong Kim, Matthew Moffatt,
TIHQUY Qlary 0 Paul Porter, Kevin Rose, Jeffery
Carrre Srrradoskr Turner, Darrell Dalthrop, Christo-
Darsha 5Peu pher Donnell, Edward Hayden, James
Marla Wagner Hulet, Jason Ingleheart, Scott Kin-
KFHY R09 i drick, Brandon Phillips, Travis Reyn-
Tiffany Smith olds, Tobey Simpson, Jared Summer-
Coach: Anna Thompson field.
Coach: Alan jones
DRILLS, DRILLS, DRILL5. Players maneuver the ball cautiously.
'i t frii ff' ' . s i
Q f Q ,f e V' gn 5 .-., i
l'i"""t""f' tiff' iiii P Q 5 S 5 .fl
if s B-3 Q f
' 1 Zi
hile most of you were
in your sixth hour
waiting for the 2:40
bell to ring so you could get home
in time to watch "Days of Our
Lives," the track students were on
a bus to the high school waiting to
get dressed out and warmed up so
they could practice until 5:00.
A lot of time and effort was put
Sophomore Chris Larkin said,
"We practice hard every day until
about 5:00 so we'll be our best at
Track meets were usually held
When asked what he liked best
about track meets, freshman
Thein Pham said, "just to run on
"The track team worked hard
this year," said freshman Marlf
Evans, "and we'll keep on making
,M , ,Mr
I'I.L BETI CAN BEAT YOU! Sophomore Tammy Richard-
son and freshman Callie Monroe practice for track,
f'.,r:wzs:1, 44 5' '9:?if5'?EEL5'1i:15I'if A i - S
f K K . K
NOTHIN'5 GONNA BREAK MY
STRIDE. Freshman LeAnn Wilmetl'
runs around the track during practice,
TOP TEAMS PRESENTED. The best
gymnastics teams from all over Oklaho-
ma, including Moore, present them-
selves at a meet.
T if ggi-
9th: Tiffany Sochor.
10th: Melissa Schwartz, Karen
Suhn, Debbie Wells.
Coach: Becky Fleming
9th: Neva Akers, Sherri Beck,
Reishonda Blackshire, Rebecca
Campbell, November Clifton,
Tonya Hughes, Sherry Keener,
Rebecca Thompson, LeAnn
Wilmeth, Wendy Wilson.
10th: Beth Dennett, Catherine
Imes, Todi Jilge, Tammy Rich-
ardson, Lourie Stephenson, Be-
Manager: Callie Monroe.
Coach: Janet Southard
9th: Brent Gardner, Shannon
Gibson, Nevin Kirkland, Keith
Lang, Monty Rumse , Jeff
Ryan, Salem Sharp, gerreck
Tucker, Paul Wasik, Trent
Worthen, Jong An Yi, Mark Ev-
ans, Thein Pham.
10th: Chris Gay, James I-lodges,
Chris Larkin, Mark Schlen-
huber, Scott Shelton, Timothy
Stephenson, John VanHook.
Managers: Chantel Coulter,
Kayla McCoy, Jennifer Wig-
Coach: Kyle Marr
nother prestigious sport
was competitive gym-
In gymnastics the students had
to work hard from 1:40 until 4:30
The requirements of gymnastics
were form, technique, balance, agil-
ity, gracefulness, and some dance.
This year four gymnasts were
Coach Becky Fleming said, "The
team has made tremendous pro-
gress from the beginning of the
season. The girls have worked very
diligently at improving their form
and technique, and it has definitely
paid off at the meets we have at-
tended. We have placed first or sec-
ond in all but one of the meets we
have attended this year, and there
have been many individual awards
brought home also. The team is an
extremely hard-working and dedi-
cated group. I know that all of their
efforts are going to pay off at the
state meet llfebruary 233 this year
when we bring back first place!"
PEP TALK. Members of girls track talk to a coach about running.
STRIVINC FOR PERFECTION. Sophomore Melissa Schwartz checks her
stance while standing on a balance beam.
it .4 '
. - . :-f
is Ussl' is W TrackfGymnast1cs 3
or a competitive but not a contact
sport, many students chose to play
either tennis or golf.
lt was a good way to keep in shape and
feel good about yourself.
Tennis kept you running, and golf kept
"One of my best matches was when my
doubles partner and I won the John Mar-
shall Tournament. We got down early and
thought we were going to get beat, but we
played hard and turned the match around
and won," said Chris Muzzy.
His partner, sophomore Bruce Taylor
agreed that it was one of his best matches.
HOPING FOR PERFECTION Freshman
Shane lker hits the ball down the fairway
When asked why Bruce took tennis he 1
said, "Because I didn't make the golf team, It
among other reasons."
Sophomore Chris Grace took golf be-
cause he enjoyed playing it. Jennifer Shoop,
also a sophomore agreed.
They had both been playing golf for sev-
eral years and because of their experience, LT
they had good seasons.
I . if
W .a X ""
WAITING THEIR TURN The freshmen
golf team poses for a quick picture. CIHVB
PERFECIY Sophomore Chris Grace makes a perfect
.wfwjl . 1
ill l i
of . ,
Li ,,. . A X 5 A m. I A
v ,. D vi if A . J 5 ' K
...as ,Jun-umm -G
, . f .. r
L- S S
AFTER A HARD DA YS WORK. Freshman
Martin leave the court.
Pam Doorman and Shawnda
SCORING A POINI Freshman Janelle Sanders serves
the ball to her competitor.
9th: Tracie Bethell, Natalye Bishop, Jeff
Dean, Pamela Dorman, Melissa Farrow,
Kasi Grammont, Shonda Martin, Kim
McLellen, Diana McQuitty Jennifer
Mrtchell, Michelle Mullins, Scott Muzzy,
Janelle Sanders, Kendra Shepherd, Sheree
Smith, Janene Snow, Gyla Them
10th Jeff jorges, Chris Muzzy, Chris Wall,
Coaches Karen Chase and Estle Wall
9th Shane Grace, Jason Gresham, Lxsa Sim-
Holmes, Jennifer Shoop, Karyn Smith
Bruce Taylor, Steven Wilson
10th: Kathy Cooper, Chris Grace, Troy
Coaches: Phil Warford and Mark Hunt
L .,, ,,,,. .::,. Q.: ee' ' ' i U 'WL
Q -' ii E .,r:, ,- -so asta we-ai .
"' T W... :-e ,oa W
pe . o,,, S . Q as i'
,,:,,. Z .Z V.
, E 5
5, 4 My 4 .
Z 1 'ff
Z I , aff' A
, Q K f
M' Q, V
i . ,
Y K -
i Q 1- . , X Q.
rx. Q K Y . ,
5- "' M -N Q .a ,icaww WM
K , -' ' K? , , swam... .
, l 5 ...s'i.,..M.,...i.fT"i'
a ..rr. ,, ,sss , A K In
UNDER STRESS! Freshman Michelle Mullins is trying
for a perfect serve.
NOT FAR TO GO! Freshman Scott Hem-
phill is working on improving his time for
the next meet.
Q .K .sf te-
ti . . is ,tt.. --f-M'
,y,,g..vf.-sw: - "
SX W .5 K Qi ikki K. K5 ,-.' ,iam
.. .. . ----. . A :" 1 '
A ... W
X xx .R . t.X, tg
l i X
it " ' ,
S M ' K KLA -1:51.
i gets t
'f-M-wit Ngiiif s' ,.
TAKIN' CARE OF BUSINESS. Coach Ke-
vin Murphy tells the swim team about up-
Y 5 ak x
ia., LWAD.. . We u
alia... s 'W
st ..- . ..
CONCENTRATINC! Sophomore Chris
Holliday concentrates on making his dive
icture this. You had just
awakened. You were still
incredibly tired. Sudden-
ly you were falling, falling, until
you hit the icy water. Was it just a
nightmare, or did it really happen?
Well, for some students, it hap-
pened every day. They were the
divers and swimmers. Did they
"I feel it's the best way to get lots
of practice!" said Mike White,
"lt wakes me up," said freshman
Chris Holliday, sophomore, was
not quite as enthusiastic.
"Getting up at 5:30 a.m. is not
my idea of having a whole lot of
fun," said Chris.
So why did they do this?
"During the summer I was at my
friend's pool a lot. I like diving,
and so I checked Central to see if
they had a team," said Mike.
The divers and swimmers
worked out for meets, but what did
a manager do?
"A manager is expected to do the
lane ropes and work around the
pool, and do the cards for the meet.
At the meets we have to give every-
one their cards, then collect them
from the timers, and make sure ev-
eryone gets where they're supposed
to be," said manager Michelle
Did the swimmers and divers
want to continue their sport?
They differed in opinions, but
Chris Holliday had a definite fu-
"l've got other ambitions in my
life, and diving is not one of the
most important things. I want to be
a clogger when I get to be a big boy,
so I can dance my way to fame," he
tie Scott Hemphill Heather
mfer Morris Shawn Teague
jason Schraeder John Tmer
Kirk Johnson Colt Hasson
Heather Patterson julie im
mons Mike White Gary Clay-
ton Chris Holliday
MANAGERS Richard Tmer
COACH: Kevin Murphy
Colby Codner, Deborah Depa-
Kmirchin, jason Martlnek, jen-
' I . S. 1
RELAXING Freshman Heather Kurchin is
relaxing after doing laps at swim practice
Q Swimmingflliving 27
more them ekiri deep TOUGHCOMPETITION.
otal concentration, men-
tally, was important in
wrestling. Both strength and speed
were important too.
Although sophomore Ron Cart-
mill said, "Speed is more. lf you are
quick, the other guy can't use his
strength on you."
Wrestlers had to practice two to
four hours every day and then lose
several pounds before matches.
"Wrestling means getting in
shape and having fun," said fresh-
man Tony Southerland.
It not only took a dedicated
wrestler but a dedicated coach too.
"I think Coach Starr is the most
dedicated coach I've ever seen. I-Ie
tries to do everything he can to
help the team," said freshman
When some of the wrestlers were
asked about the most memorable
thing that happened to them this
past year, some of them said:
Robert Washington --- "When I
got a chance to start on Varsity."
Ron Cartmill --- "I beat a guy by
the score of 9-2, and he beat me last
Freshmen --- the Mustang Tourna-
The Cubs won First Place, and
freshman Travis Yost was named
And what does it take to be the
best? "Constant dedication and lots
of extra effort," said sophomore
Sophomore Van Nguyen replied,
"Dedication, determination, and
having a good attitude .... the at-
titude of a winner!"
don Brock has a major workout with Coach
WAIFIM-UP TIME. Sophomoresf, warm-up takes place at high school before a
SPORTSMANSHIP MAKES THE MAN. Freshman
Winn Gonzales shakes hands with his opponent after
winning his match.
V I 4' G., '
as M V V J 1 s f B
C at ii i,,ii
it 'T V 7
it f E if ii
9th: Vince Blatt, Brandon Brock,
Mark Evans, Winn Gonzales,
Michael Goodsen, Chris Gregg,
Floye Lavarnway, Casey Lore,
Johnny Myers, Terry Nickels,
Iustin Oakey, Thomas Olsen,
10th: Dennis Blundell, Ron
Cartmill, Jeffrey Dubbs, Dace
Gordon, Scott Hannabass, Ted
Hansen, Van Nguyen, Jason
Snider, Robert Washington. 9th
Manager: Natalye Bishop
9th Coach: Ron Starr
10th Coach: Harvey Weigle
1 up .,..,. H- - .
t , W ' A ,M ' . ,Z H :K Q
X y ,,.,,,.,2,.,.ti E
I f S -fini' 4"- 'Tj -' ig - - 'fifth'-..5q j
GETTING READK Freshman Brandon Brock concen-
trates on his opponent from Hefner.
ractice makes perfect
or close enough!
Everyone of the
players said the only part of
basketball they didn't like
was practice or losing, and,
of course, the best part was
the reward of winning!
Central's freshman girls
basketball team was unde-
feated all season. Central's
sophomore girls basketball
team had 9 wins and 5 losses.
Freshman Tootie Jones
said, "I play every position,
and I'm good at everything!"
Cheri Frazier, sophomore,
said, "I've played guard for
about three years, and I've re-
bounded about five rebounds
Freshman Becky Thomp-
son said, "The only thing I
-2 5? --
hated most about practice
was doing suicides-they are
Bobbi Purvine, sophomore,
said, "I have always liked
away games better because I
think I do better when people
I don't know watch. Also,
you get to meet people at
This basketball season was
a good one for both of the
Central's girls basketball
teams. Most players planned
to play next year.
9th Karr: Barnett Carrie Berg
man Donna Corn Kristy Don
Glover Crrstl Hanklns Kacl
Harrell Tonya Hughes Katura
Jones Lori Kimbrough Jennifer
Skinner Kellie Strong Jennifer
Vaught Leah Williams Brandi
Wmner Misty Wolfe
10th Dawn Beachler Chantel
Coulter Cheri Frazier Patricia
Garski Amy Herndon Taira
Huffmes Tlffam Klarlch len
nlfer Newsom Crystal Parks
Bobbi Purvme Shawna Rut
ledge Donna Sunliagle Amy
Thompson jennifer Wiggins
Coaches janet Southard and
z . I . -
I I I '
nelly, Carla Foughty, Athena
I . . . I .
, . . I .
Lee, Gina Romanello, Carrie
. I . I .
I . . , .
. ' . .
I . . I . .
. .I I .
. I . . . I I
. I I
. . I -
I . . . G
SCORE U5 ONE MORE yells the crowd for freshman
Tootie jones as she makes a jump shot.
SHOOT FOR TWO! Freshman Tanya Hughes concen-
trates on making the winning points.
I'M WAITING thinks sophomore jennifer Newsom as
she waits for the game to get started again.
CET THAT BALL! Sophomore Amy Herndon tries her
hardest to recover the ball for Central's side.
Girls Basketball 31
Shooting for SUCCESS
team will go far if
there's a lot of ex-
what helped all but the fresh-
man team have winning sea-
One experienced player for
the freshmen was Jeff Ronck,
who'd been playing basket-
ball since sixth grade.
"It's fun, but practice is
boring. We scrimmage a lot. I
like all of them Qteammatesj. I
get along with them," said
Jeff, who was a guard.
Sophomore Pat Oathout
had been playing since fifth
grade. He played wing and
post for the junior varsity
and sophomore team.
"It's fun, but we do a lot of
running. We're pretty good,
but we still have a long way
The star player for the
sophomore team was 6'5"
Bryan Wiltse. He had been
playing basketball since
sixth grade. His experience
and his height made him one
of the more notable players.
"We have a good time as
long as we are doing what we
are supposed to do. It is also
fun when we win. We are a
good team, but we can be bet-
Bryan's position was post.
There was hard work and
long hours involved in boys
basketball, but it made up for
Bryan remembered his best
game as being the one against
Putnam City. The score was
103 to 74. But he stressed that
Putnam City wasn't a very
bad team. We were just very
Boys Basketball W
HELP! Freshman Mark Moore looks for someone to pass the ball to. DOIN'OKAYi5 freshman Chad Goucher as he easily
dribbles the ball up the court.
9th: Matt Berkeley, Jeremy Black-
well, Aaron Deckert, Shane For-
rest, Chad Goucher, Rick Griffin,
Lloyd Grissom, Matt Hansen, Ke-
vin Iones, Steve Kish, james
Lenox, Mark Moore, Scott
Muzzy, Danny Myers, Thien
Pham, Brian Pierce, Iames Ronck,
jeff Ronck, Robert Sutter, jeff
Seymour, jackie Sing, Dylan
Wagner, Joe Wilson. Managers:
Stacy Gammill, Brandi Sheffield.
Coach: Fred Christian.
10th: Jason Hall, Chuck Melton,
Mike Stidham, Trevor Wall, Bri-
an Wilson, Bryan Wiltse. Manag-
ers: Taira Huffines, April Valen-
tine, Laura Wood.
Coach: Scott Raper.
W, W ,WWWMMM
,. ff, sawsm Y
ARRRCCH! Sophomore Chuck Mel-
ton attempts to shoot the ball while
an opposing player guards him.
BANG! The Midwest City Bombers
really blow up when sophomore Pat
Oathout scores in a game against
" ou vvim some. ..
ou win r-3ome!!"
i c t i o n a r y
a team is a
group of people work-
ing or playing togeth-
er with a common
purpose. But for the
team, it was working
and playing, and the
purpose was to win.
The freshmen start-
ed off their undefeated
season with a bang by
defeating Moore West
26 to 16.
As the season went
on, they came closer
and closer to their
goal-to become an un-
During the summer
the freshmen came up
to the school and were
out on the field prac-
ticing between two
and two and a half
hours, two times a
day, five days a week
for two weeks.
Once school started,
they practiced every
day after school.
When asked if it
was worth it, Matt
Herndon said, "Yes, if
you want something,
you have to work hard
for it, you just can't
get it free."
wanted to make a ca-
TOUCHDOWN! Mark Evans
runs for a touchdown while Winn
Gonzales runs to block an oncom-
reer out of football.
When asked why foot-
ball was important,
Winn said, "I am go-
ing to try to be a pro-
Others played foot-
ball just because they
When Monty Rum-
sey was asked why he
played football, he
said jokingly, "It gives
me something to do
and excuses not to do
my homework. I also
Football was impor-
tant to all football
players, but to the
Cubs it's more than
Travis Yost said, "I
always play at my ful-
lest ability because if I
didn't, I would be let-
ting the whole team
Most of the players
were from Highland
East. To them a win-
ning season wasn't
new. Last year High-
land East went unde-
feated so the guys
from Highland East
were really excited
when they were unde-
feated again this year.
When Tony South-
erland was asked how
he felt about being un-
defeated he said
proudly, "I feel great
about our undefeated
season. We worked
hard and we deserved
The coaches also
worked hard to make
this one of Central's
best years yet.
Mark Evans said, "I
know these are the
best coaches I've ever
had, and I learned a lot
this year about foot-
ball and life overall."
Bully Blakely Chad Blasglow Vance Blatt Kevln
Bobzlen Ed Boyce Brandon Brock Tobey
Carter Shane Chamberlain Chrlstran Chenault
Randy Cloud Brent Dallas Stuart Duncan Gary
Emerson Mark Evans Travrs Few Bull Gaddrs
Brran Gates Irm Gnlles Wann Gonzales Ron
Guxdry Greg Hardin RlchardHarr1ngton Matt
Herndon Jun Kam Make Klrkland Robert
Krows Floye Lavarnway Joe Luttered Lloyd
Maupm Johnre Myers Ter Nlckles Nathan
Nance Thren Pham Paul gorter Greg Reed
Danny Reed Manuel Roman Montey Rumsey
Roy Sands Scott Sheek Mlke Smlth Tony
Sutherland Clay Spicer Robby Start Tony
Summers Joe Don Waters K1mmleWh1te Jerry
Whrtefreld Travrs Yost Managers Lrsa Sum
mons Barry Cossey Gma Murphy Coaches
Tony Kmght Kyle Marr and Kent Carnahan
Soph omg'-1le football
1986 T 87
entral's sophomore foot-
ball. When you heard those
three words you automati-
cally thought of excellence.
Central, for years, had a tradition
for great football, and this year was
Sophomore Kyle McDonald was
asked what he remembered most
about the season. He said, "The
The barn was one of Coach Mike
Hooper's ways of making a point
during practice. The players would
have to run to the barn however
many times Coach Hooper saw fit.
Another rough thing about prac-
tice was the two-a-days at the first
of the season.
The sophomores compiled a 6-1
record. They played mostly juniors.
QP ,Q fe The one game in which they played
1 . all juniors and seniors was their
X wp.. ..
- only loss, 24-3.
is ' When it came to sophomore
1 football, Central was on a roll.
Kyle McDonald Coach Mike Hooper
Joe Bennet Larry Boatmun Ricky Carmen David Cochran David Dacus Mike Fitzgerald Randy Gantz
David Goddard Edward Hayden, Danny Hendricks Jeff Kingsley Ray Ledford Kyle Mason Kyle
Reeves Kale Reynolds M1chaelSchane Tobey Simpson jason Snider John Stafford Robert Washington,
Farrel Young MANAGER Amy Thompson COACHES Mike Hooper David Hinkley Larry Cornell-
McDonald, Johhny McKeel, Van Nguyen, Terry Perryman, Brian ,Pittenridge, Randy Puckettl Dale
36 Sophomore Football Q
1 3 steps to winning'
GOING ON TO THE BA TTLEFIELD. The
sophomores trot onto the field.
. MM W iifiif'
vow . . - E R
'zux i Qi. a ii
' ' i
IN THE LINE OF FIRE. The sophomores -' Q
are ready to face the opposing team. A In A.
L1 5- -55 35 5 . i
BUSTED!!! A misfortunate player pays the
price for trying to score against the Lions'
ins I XX
MAKING THE GRADE. Mrs. Amy Peterson helps sophomore
jennifer Wiggins on her biology work.
..... if ...............
h, No! I forgot all about
my biology test today!
Hmmm, let's see the building
blocks of proteins are amino
acids. Yeah, that's it!
I How can he expect me to
study when the "Cosby Show"
and "Family Ties" were on last
'And I also have homework
in my English class. I hope I
can get it done.
It will be an absolute mir-
acle if I make the honor roll!
38 Academics Division - if 4
FINISHINGA LECTUREis Mr. Ray Ellis while his English class listens,
SHOWING DAD AROUND at the Open House
is sophomore jason
Chris Gregg from his English litera-
TAKING A BREAK is freshman
HARD AT WORK is Mrs. Cathy Coolls
second hour English class.
I , 9
6' ' I
DEEP CONCENTRATION. Sophomore
Robin Walker concentrates on her work
NOW CLASS . . . Ms. Margitta Moore
tures to her geometry class.
uired Courses ' I
they're all there and we all
had to take them. But many
students didn't think too
highly of required courses.
"I don't think it's fair. We
should have a choice," said
freshman Tracy Moore.
Other students thought
quite differently about re-
Brian Baca, sophomore,
said, "I think it's going to
help us in the future." 1
Teachers also had differing
opinions about required
Mrs. Carole Gonzalez,
English I and II instructor
said, "I think they are impor-
tant because they teach you
the basics, and also they pro-
vide a dependable form of
Mrs. Sharon Liston, who
taught Computer Literacy I
and II, NOT a required
course, said, "I think the
school system sets up re-
quired subjects to help the
students get ready for college,
and also to make the student
a more rounded person edu-
' 'Tu'6 .am
THAT CANT BE RIGHT? Sophomore
jason Schrader rechecks his work.
1 ' I
TAKING IT EASY is Sophomore Leslie
McKay while Kyle Swisher, also a sopho-
more, continues to work.
Required Courses 41
lectives varied because of
the wide variety of careers
students wanted to go
into. Whether it was taking pic-
tures or driving for the first time, it
was the student's choice.
Did you know that there were
very few girls in drafting and in
Surprisingly enough, there were
an even amount of girls and guys
in Home Economics and only one
guy in Typing II.
When counselor, Mrs. Pat Folks,
was asked her opinion on the sub-
ject she replied, "In society today
most jobs are labeled either for
ACCURACYISIMPORTAN71 Sophomore Ron Cartmill demonstrates
his accuracy on the band saw.
men or women, and I think that
has a lot to do with it."
Some students got stuck with
electives they really didn't want.
For instance, freshman Jayme
Goines' 6th elective in 7th Grade
was woodworking. This past year
she was the only girl in her class.
"I really didn't want it at first,
but after a while I really liked it,"
Other students took electives be-
cause of parental influence. A lot of
students were in Driver Education
for lower insurance rates.
When asked if this class would
be recommended to others, sopho-
more Chris Cooper said, "Yes, be-
cuase sometimes we get to stop and
Drama student Chris Gay, said,
"I would recommend Drama class
if you aren't afraid of standing up
in front of other people."
Computer Literacy I student,
freshman Amy Welch, said, "Com-
puter Literacy is fun if you know
what you are doing, otherwise, it's
All in all, students enjoyed their
elective classes and had fun in
RELAXINC after a hard day's work, freshman Dee Dee
McQuintty finishes her typing assignment.
READING TOGETHER. Sophomore Stephanie Neece and teacher Susan Higgins read
together in class.
' I W
f K any 6 .,.k..k,.,
1- 1? K .J K it .. I J I 2
. .4 P , - it ,
J .. A . I I r"f"H as ,E
K .X K lvljzgnirititq ,hh '
S X it it 'NV X 'I
COMPUTER GENIUS, IN DEEP THOUGH71 in
Mrs. Sharon l.iston's second hour Computer Literacy I
COME OIW! Sophomore Jared Summerfield impatiently
waits for his teacher and classmates to join him so he can
Arts 81: Crafts
Basic Life Skills
Driver's Education n
Vocational Home Economics
MAY I HELP YOU? says sophomore Bobbi Purvine as she
does her job in office procedures while in the 9th grade office.
44 More Electives 6
CHECK IT OUU!! Freshman Greg Lewis shows
first project in Woodworking-an MTV clock.
off his very
, t . t A 52
c i s.ssii
-s X ,ii ff 51 , ' 5
c of E if
A .-.. 1 - 5 T is 1
,W lf t
SMILE!?! Freshman Adam Fuller stops working on his slab
project in Arts and Crafts class to look at the photographer.
'i" f ' V
FUTURE ARCHITECT??? Sophomore Luke Staats completes a Drafting II as-
More Electives 45
ey all you workaholics,
here's some inside infor-
mation on how some
Central students coped with home-
work and tests.
Kelly Hannon, freshman said, "I
studied most oftenly for my tests,
and I only cheated when it was vi-
tally important, the difficult class
that I had was Drama."
Sophomore John Stafford said, "I
usually did my homework unless I
was really busy! I think as far as
tests go, I rarely cheated because I
didn't have to!"
Freshman Alberto Cantu said, "I
did my homework in my room,
usually while I listened to the radio
or watched television. I studied
during the commercials! I only
cheated in absolute emergencies, I
Cyndi Sullivan, sophomore, said,
"I really didn't have a lot of home-
work, at least not usually! I just
cheated when it was necessary, and
it depended on who I cheated off of
if I did good! I usually studied at
McDona1d's. I don't know why. I
So as it turned out, most of Cen-
tral students didn't plan on cheat-
ing. They did study, but there were
those "doosy " questions that some
of us didn't plan on seeing on the
So whatever your study habits
were, whether you studied or not, it
was all up to you how it turned out
in the end!!!
WAKING UP in second hour are these students in Mr. Bill
Shoaf's math class.
READING AWAY is freshman Teresa Bradley in Mrs. Susan Estes' WHATS NUMBER TWELVE? Sophomore Steve Wilson sits in the
English class. hall taking a make-up test.
, , ' 1-fri.
mm, , ,rf
I 4 ,ff 1 fo
Pigg and Debbie
Cantu as they do
their biology work
Awards, projects roll in
LUNCH RELIEH A group of stu-
dents relax during the break between
sessions at the Academic Olympics.
HURRW!! Freshman Ann Harding
finishes off the rest of her nachos
before the competition starts.
48 Awards And Projects. t was a new year, and a year full of new school experiments. For a
sense of school spirit, many new projects were taken on by the school.
There was a school spirit week held October 20 to 24. Each day was T
a different theme and students dressed accordingly.
The Academic Olympics were held once again. Students who wanted to p
take the test came to school on Saturday, January 31.
Awards were given for the top five in each category, and winners could
participate in a total of four other meets.
Freshman Kimmye King placed 1st in Algebra I. When asked how she
felt when she won, she said, "Surprised!' ,
Sophomore Kevin Andrus, who placed 2nd in Computer Literacy, said, l
"The Academic Olympics allows students and teachers to see how much
students can accomplish."
As usual, the sophomores won the Spirit Stick at every pep assembly.
The freshmen didn't like that, but they would get another chance.
, nf W
Z i 4
- 1, if
if mt. a
Academic Olympic Winners
American History I
American History II
5. Tina Hagerty
4. Lance Howard
5. Allen Gradnigo
1. Lisa Burch
2. jennifer Weeks
3. Tracy Reynolds
4. Shannon Legg
5. Becky Nice
1. julia Mason
2. Kathy Rainer
3. Debbie Hallauer
4. Shannon Tarkington
5. April Valentine
john Koeninger --- Mural Painting for
Youth Arts Month in Oklahoma, sponsored
by Oklahoma City Arts Commission. Mural
was on display at Wlll Rogers World Air-
C.O.D.A. Honor Band: Kimmye King Shel-
ly Lesher Susan McLaughlin Paulette Re-
Freshman Girls Basketball
Placed 1st in Moore West
Placed lst in Conference
1st CMH 9th grade girls
team to go undefeated in
school s history
Mike White --- participated in diving com-
petition for State
Kelli Griffith --- finalist Iniative for Under-
standing Soviet Youth Exchange
lst Place Winners in Moore s District Sci-
ence Fair: joe Koeninger Terry Hallauer
Ann Harding Deana McCann Tracy Reyn-
olds Mike Payne Karen Suhm Amy Betts
Allen Gradnigo jennifer Morgan Amy
Reed Lori Wilkerson Stephanie Smith
Shelly Lesher juli Lopez.
Central State Regional Fair: jennifer Mor-
gan --- 3rd Place' Mike Payne --- Eastman
Kodak Award and 525.
Students Qualifying for State with their pa-
pers for junior Academy of Science: Mike
Payne Ann Harding Greg Campbell
Lauren Barrera, Marla Wagner, john Bunch,
my Awards and Projects
school activities, which gave
members a feeling of
.rr g .
i . if
50 Organizations Division
, V,,.f' . jfeh
NOW THIS IS WHAT WE'LL D0 . . . Sophomore Tricia Gaiski tells
her ideas at a Youth and Government meeting while sophomores Nyla
Lester and Angel Hunt look on.
THIS IS FUN! Members of Youth and Government take time for
laughter at a meeting.
1, ""IT'5 YOUR TURN. Van Nguyen and Kelly """
'yi k Kennedy, sophomores, practice for a drama pre-
A LONG WAIT Floye Lavarnway,
JR. Clark, and Chris Gregg, fresh-
men, wait for the Industrial Arts
i t -- - . Club meeting to begin. --I
V Wy.. y
' lwrrsrgjyflyv. , , we Q
I i 1 W
1 f gf S rr , V
,,,, L' lj if Sf
1, - W ii? YYWQT V
' ' ,HHH W?ri ,
aS2'ib' it www W af
KKK? silififi Y' .
in uwwewfllln V-"
' 4 wires tum .
V W N may X,
' ' A V M, .'
Organizations Division -51
Z ' 5
DEFEATED AGAIN!! Again this
s year NHS went down to defeat at the
Studentsfaculty Games by the hands
of the faculty. Maybe next year?
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Officers Allen Gradmgo president
April Valentine vice president jennifer
Morgan secretary Young Oh treasurer
Heather Pulliam reporter Matt Moffatt
freshman vice president Nadine
Hartwig freshman secretary 9th Kevin
Andrus Lisa Baltrush Christy Bare
Laura Barrera Dean Bass Becky Barney
Carrie Bergman Lisa Birch jason Brady
Susan Bryant jennifer Brown Greg
Campbell Shannon Clmk Pam Combs
Christy Crockett Kendra Daffern Julie
Elmore Bryan Estabrooks Malrssa Far
Grissom Shanda Gullion Terry Hal
lauer Ann Harding Nadine Hartwig
Melinda Hawkins Megan Johnson Jo
anna jones Tellecra jones Selina Kelly
Kimmye King Chris Kludlng Shelley
Lesher Melissa Little Stephanie Lively
Lloyd Maupin Deana McCann Kim
McLellan Chris Miller Matt Moffatt
Tricia Moore Jennifer Morris Rebecca
Nice Tamera Nusbaum Tracy Reyn
olds Christy Sloan Andrea Smith
Heather Smith Stephanie Smith Jenni
fer Stephens Marla Wagner Amy
Welch Tina Weum Nicole Wooten
10th Kisha Akers Shelley Arther Ken
Attebery Kar1Autery Brent Barton An
gre Blackwood Melissa Bohn Beth Den
nett Sean Donnell Dawn Dowling
Kelly Drewry Allen Grandigo Debbie
Hallauer Deana Hendricks Amy Hern
don Lance Howard Steve Huggins An
gel Hunt Catherine lmes Erik Joyner
Chris Kennedy Tiffani Klarich Scott
Lamb Patty Lamaster Cindy Lanman
Melissa Lusby Julia Mason Christy
Brian Nicks Pat Oathout Young Oh
Mike Peterson Heather Pulliam Sabrina
Ray Amy Reed Travis Reynolds
Wayne Roberts Brian Safrit Michelle
Schafer Jennifer Swisher Kyle Swisher
Shannon Tarkington Amy Thompson
April Valentine Trey Wade Robin
Walker jennifer Waterman Lori Wil
kerson Steve Wilson Br1anW1ltse Lois
Young Sponsors Mrs Chris Johnson
Mrs Kathy Moffatt
. . , . - . Z .
, 1 , : 2 ' . f
V . - . I . . I . . I ,
I I I I 1 I -
. I . . I I ' I . I A
row, Pam Flacy, Kasi Crammont, Lloyd Mays, Leslie McKay, jennifer Morgan,
. r . I - . . I I ,
V . . I I l , I . ,
' , , - . 1 . ' ,
52 National Honor Society
Siaafiag titiou ihfrs
STRIKE ONE! Sophomore Allen Cradnigo H l 9 I i S
pretends to bat at the Howdy Assembly.
STRIKE TWO! April Valentine, sopho-
more, gets her second try at the Howdy As-
sembly to "hit" the "ball,"
THA T5 THE BREAKS. Sophomore Young
Oh cries in despair after breaking a finger-
nail at the Howdy Assembly,
HS gives the students
QQ an opportunity to
work with other stu-
dents. It builds char-
acter, leadership and scholarship. It
also helps a student seeking aid for
college." was Mrs. Chris'Johnson's
interpretation of how students
benefitted from National Honor
Sophomore Allen Grandigds ex-
planation of how National Honor
Society helped students most was,
"It gives some students a goal to
achieve. Being in NHS is one, if
not the highest honor, a student
can achieve in theirdaysoft high
school." Allen ,was president of
NHS. 1 ,
To stay in National Honor Soci-
ety the student must maintain a 3.5
grade average. Also, at least 10 ser-
vice project points must be earned.
In order to go to the end-of-the-
year field trip, an additional 15 ser-
vice points must be earned.
Some of the service projects stu-
dents took part in were giving toi-
letries to the Women's Resource
Center, a Gradefa-Thon, Teacher
Appreciation Week, a,ndeStudent-
Faculty Games. . r , , A I
Giving to the 'home' Eorl' abused
women and children was sopho-
more Leslie McKay's favorite ser-
vice project. E
"Giving people food and services
was fun!" said freshman vice-presi-
dent, Matthew Moffatt.
National Honor Society was a
club for students who were hard
workers, very giving and who real-
ly cared about grades and people.
ATTENTION! ATTENTION! NHS presi-
dent, sophomore Allen Cradnigo, brings the
National Honor Society meeting to order on
the First Wednesday of the month.
National Honor Society
54 Student Council
PLANNING ACTIVITIES are Shelly Arthur, Mr. Young, Shaunna
Rutledge, Nyla Lester, and Alex Aitken.
hat was Student Coun-
Howe explained, "Student Council
is an organization which tries to get
all groups of students involved in
Student Council worked hard to
recognize each student as an indi-
vidual. Representatives from each
first hour represented their class in
Sophomore representative Ran-
dy Puckett said, "Student Council
is a good way to inform students
about what's going on at Central."
Sponsors this year were Mr.
Roger Brown and Mr. Archie
Young. When asked if he was en-
joying this year, Mr. Archie Young
said, "It's really hard work, but it's
a lot of fun."
Something that changes every
year is the officers. To be an officer
one must meet all the qualifications
and get the most votes from the
student body in the elections at the
end of the previous school year.
Alex Aitken ran for parliamen-
tarian because, "I heard it would be
a lot of fun, and I wanted to get
things accomplished for the
lf there was one organization
that got things done, it was defi-
nitely Student Council.
MORE IDEAS! Mr. Brown, Mr. Young, and Kathryn Howe talk about getting more ideas.
Officers Kathryn Howe, presi-
dent Shaunna Rutledge vrce-
presrdent Dana Buckles trea-
surer Shelly Arthur secretary
Nyla Lester secretary Beth
Dennett reporter Alex Artken
trves Pam Flacy Monty Rum
Mrke Frtzgerald Trffanr
Karrch Trrcra Moore Bryan
Gates IR Clark Manny Ro
man Chad Lunsford Shaunna
Walker Randy Puckett Tom
Moore Kathy Coo er Tammr
Rollmgs Chrrs Sel y Heather
Pullram Larry Boatmun Donna
Corn Amy Betts Brandon Phrl
lrps Ronnre Watson Dawn
Coffey Natal e Bishop Andrea
Maxwell Ro bre Start Brandr
Koenrg Ialayne Sherlock len
nrfer Newsom Karr Autery
Stacy Smrth Mrchelle Cham
bers Clay Perkrns Chauntel
Coulter Amy Welch Pat Oath
out Stacle Stacup Patrrcra
Garskr Kern Patterson Rhonda
Sermens lulre Srmmons John
Stafford Malrsa Cordon John
me Davenport Mark Evans
Tresa Lupton Cherr Erazrer
lennrfer Mrchelle Terry Hal
lauer jeff Ronck Becky Keith
Heather Kerchm Donna Sun
Eagle Sponsors Roger Brown
DISCUSSINC IDEAS' Monty
Romsey and Brent Dallas fresh
men drscuss rdeas at a Student
Q Student Councrl 55
yotunifce sayin .
Officers Kisha Akers president-
Kelley Drewry vice-president
Kevin Rose reporter Teresa
Farrell secretary Reva Craig
photographer and historian'
Marco Rivera German re
Shelley Lesher French rep
Heather Smith Spanish rep.
Neva Akers Spanish rep
10th grade Dawn Beachler
Tammy Boyd Dana Buckles
Bobby Buntin Debbie Cantu
Melena Fairchild Deana For-
tenberry Allen Gradnigo Tina
Hagarty Shelly Harkema Mi-
chelle Hayes Melinda Herman
Lance Howard Angel Hunt
April Hurst Tracy lacovelli
Patty Lamaster Ben Lee Randy
Little Jennifer Morgan Sa-
mantha Morris Angie Morton
Hung Nguyen Mike Peterson
Young Oh Amy Reed Michelle
Schafer Tiffany Trotter Jenni-
fer Waterman Tammy Wile
Lori Wilkerson Kisa Winn Mi-
chelle Wise Kristi Himes
. : . I I
. 1 1
1 7 1
, . -1
I . I
Rhonda Cloud, Rena Dufner,
. I l I
I I .
I . I
U I QI
I 0 . I
I I .
1 . . Y'
. I . I
56 International Club he only way to get into In-
ternational Club was by
taking a foreign language.
It had a lot to offer for
those who were interested in the
foreign languages of French, Span-
ish, and German.
They tried to have as many ac-
tivities as possible during the
school year. Moore Skate Arena
was where the lock-in was held.
They went caroling at Wal-Nut
Creek Square, attended a French
and Spanish concert, and played
bingo in all of the different lan-
Vice-president Kelley Drewry,
sophomore, said, "It is really fun.
You get to learn a lot about differ-
President Kisha Akers, sopho-
more, said, "It's really cool." She
hopes to encourage people to join
International Club. When asked
why she decided to run for presi-
dent Kisha replied, '1Because it was
a great opportunity, and I took it."
Sophomore Michelle Hayes said,
"It's a lot of fun, and there are a lot
of sweet people in it. I would rec-
ommend it for someone else."
Sophomore Teresa Farrell said,
"It's a lot of fun. It's the people that
make the club. Everyone is there
for the same reason - to get a bet-
ter knowledge of international cul-
Freshman Spanish representative
Neva Akers said, "lt is fun. We try
to do many things during the
Sophomore Allen Gradnigo said,
"l enjoy taking French Il, and In-
ternational Club offered me an out-
let to get acquainted with other for-
eign language students."
The club was a learning exper-
ience as well as a lot of fun.
ALL DRESSED UP are Lisa Birch, jay Lawcher,
Rhonda Ballard and jennifer Waterman at the Hallow-
0 SAV TKT?
WANT TO IOIN? Sophomores Teresa Farrell, Ki-
sha Akers and Dawn Beachler perform their skit at
the Howdy Assembly.
GETTING EXCITED! Everyone sits down for a
game of bingo.
9th gradep Dena Ambrose, Rose
Marie Baker Rhonda Ballard
Kerry Bertone Amy Betts Lisa
Birch Becky Campbell, Alberto
Cantu Pam Combs Susan Con-
dict Barry Cossey Lori Cross
Dawn Elliott Travis Few Becky
Flowers Scott Guidry Colt Has-
son Theresa Hulsey Erika
Hunnicutt lon Hymer Shan-
non Irwin Megan johnson Tel-
lecia jones Lynnelle jury
Becky Keith Kimmey King
Kristi Lawrence Misty Lawson
Shannon Legg David Leon
hardt Deana McCann Susan
McLaughlin Kandie Melvin
Stacie Mengers Tom Moore La
vanda Pearson Melanie Pruett
Kristi Schapka Kim Scott
Dawne Shields Andrea Smith
Stephanie Smith Alan Sutton
Andra Teal Dawn Traxler Paul
Vaquez Doug Wheeler Jill
Wheeler Pam Woods Milisa
Zeka Trent Worthen Easter
Greene Gina Forth
Sponsors Kathie Lmders and
HI THERE! Freshman Lisa Birch gives the
camera a big smile at the lock-in.
Q International Club 57
-A M Q f H U 3 54.6, f 3 fi:
M,Qf f ' fpfgh1bgk5 Qs5iaf fhehcId15
' ' was 'f1m1af1a eawi
, ,ig 55 a ,,h4 yigmah' i
g I f T 'Z,w' g ftyeawrw fpru fSciei16e fCj11iij,1 3pdi'it1 wgaifj,
55 A V Q"U biggerfDatlfd Qbkxftef 2Lhismye2Lgf'fThjs fx
UQQ ff 'fpasryfhfithdfWG?'5015ldiQe1!fHryg
W x A 1.h'5d'1gjfhk1veffhgapprbaeiriiaiQly'Q13Q
'QmCmhb9fSm meeta f1ivxhia2ai1di16riun1.
fsagid,,sh?s Epattgdihe dlixb l5sf4yEZ1ifio
' ,. Spgihfglljig' if
U 75 q6nCbqfagQg,5slqclEhAt5M td Jggtn
abgmit 'fhelbdiffggeng arejij df fsgigngef Wg
'R Eaqhxmoiitnli in 'J
- ' 1
iiid ERE spdgggsi-si HQfgfg5a1ly43gf65i1Q'ff
,vfIheieIqifwgntW'on twin? EiE1 eIfgifipii,g
Iigfglfe vFg11'thigyWw6nf'ff62AthE Shvbiez
Siqrixiif Laifbv x Nligtfjjihhf' and x th?
Mgfdfigdldgj ADePaftnQd1jrf fag gof
QfheyygQuld2,1egrhTTyvhat pa ,gavrbqrigizig
iriceil and vengiixe6fmgj 'mege arg thai
idmei ff9mA1dFf.'0!?ff 01?1ihQniaQ .iffi
dgmbngtargte srheiirprqjgcgrsp f Q W
i 'gqplffglmrefglzeslixyiag 5Ai1aegSun
I A if cliffgereiiz gguesf Q speakeif ralki' bn! 'msiaicdg 'ffihe yf3Q1'd '?iiiPS'idf2 Qgfiifi wifi
A bf51xbi46ct1iershiqigjQgfto -4.5CieQC9f. Qi jj , ' tljeiflipeahitg,didpretfylyivnitqrestf
, . 5, A f Pgii Q M , ,Q ,, QTwlibrifsdphbinoijiblimfwebbfwaksx .lifggii 5 ffff
, T'faskedgifjiies31gsjp1qh'ning5'pngibging gi,fuf'TI?HefspegikQgsffeg11yheh?riigegkfi,
'fl 'K W W 4 7 4 V w dirigefnbefbfi5Cie,fgr5efCf1i1b3iQ1f6ugh, if difsxand, Q4 L giirrixitl?C1i911tsW'fdEa1ifag
Z ' 1 - Wifh sciemzizsaiu ffeQhaw1 Mia
'N f 5 , A infeliestingI1iid!hCl'pEs11?eflkb, gfchfffllff i
q L f
, , lam A
' K.?1reQ1L5if1hrIf,j50ph0IixdrQ, figufeSAitlbut. '
T' Smal '55Cf'f'f9f3f51'-15fif: 5 2 Qi
' "H 'Q . . M., Q Q 1
Ecktf rbRMZfiA.iscfenZe Studbrif. 5
Vw,fkX'12.Y 51 ' Z W0'wx"l"wW-,-M
S!j.1dPnf'E3CU1fXfGamgs.A f- W
WOULD YOU LIKE TO SIGN UP? Mfrs. Roberts signs
up sophomores jason lgleheart, Dianne Eavans, and Re-
shinda Anderson for a field trip. V ,
.. 2 sql
I af-W sw-i A MQ
Reshinda Anderson, Anita Armafio, Aretha
Armafio, Rose Marie Baker, Rhonda Bal-
lard, Lauren Barrera, Brent Barton, Donna
Bingam, Lisa Birch, Angie Blackwood, Larry
Boatmun, Amy Betts, Tammy Boyd, Susan
Bryant, Kathy Burdett, Greg Campbell, Mi-
chelle Couvillian, Quinton Cobb, Kelly
Coogan, KristifCorcoran, jennifer Craig, jill
Crisman, Christy Crockett, jack Dauphin,
Sean Donnell, Kelly Drewry, Dianne Ev-
ans, Travis Fein, Mike Fitzerald, Christy
Floyd, Jeanie Ford, Patricia Gaiski, Rhonda
Garoutte, David Goddard, Allen Gradnigo,
jr., Shanda Gullion, Tina Hagerty, jason
Hall, Lana Harril, Nadine Hartwig, Leslie
Heiderick, Amy Heinstan, Kristi Himes,
Ashley Holland, Troy Holmes, Kathryn
Howe, Taira Huffines, Steve Huggins, jean-
ine Hussian, jason lgleheart, Catherine
lmes, Gheia jenkins, Wendy johnson, Phil-
ip jonas, Lynnelle jury, Stephanie Kendall,
jun Hoe Kim, Heather Kirchen, Tiffani
Klarich, Christina Koehler, Tony Krishack,
jennifer Laasch, Scott Lamb, Cindy Lan-
man, Debbie Leach, Greg Lee, julie Lopez,
Phuong Lu, Melissa Lusby, Donald Mager-
kurth, juli Mason, Deana McCann, Kevin
McClure, Kayla McCoy, Kim McClendon,
Matt Moffatt, Annja Montgomery, Tracy
Moore, Bobby Moran, jennifer Morris,
Chris Nelms, Phong Nguyen, Kyle Os-
borne, Cathy Paschal, Terry Perryman,
Nicki Petrakis, Suzanne Potter, Randy
a ll 1
Puckett, Heather Pulliam, Kathy Rainer,
Dale Reeves, Kevin Rose, Shawna Rutledge,
Roy Sands, Winston Sharp, Ronda Siemens,
jennifer Silbernagel, Toby Simpson, Shan-
non Slayter, Heather Smith, Stephanie
Smith, john Stafford, Roall Stearns, Chris
Streeter, Larry Sutton, Kyle Swisher, Bruce
Taylor, Richard Tiner, Amy Thompson,
Becky Thompson, Patrick Wadkins, Dylan
Wagner, Robin Walker, Chris Wall, Trevor
Wall, Bendy Ward, Wendy Ward, jim
Webb, jennifer Weeks, Amy Welch, Lorie
White, jennifer Wiggins, Danella Williams,
Mike Willis, Tammy Wiley, Steve Wilson,
Michelle Wise, Misty Wolfe, Stacy Wright,
Stephaney Young, Melisa Zeka. Sponsors:
Amy Peterson and Cindy Roberts.
K Science Club 59
r Q ' hdustrial Arts Club was de-
V s ' 4 sigrredwfbr Students with a
s s cornmdn inti:rQst in thetech-
j r snivtals fields and'in working
withrtlfxeir hands to come togethgr
for learningfand fellowship," said
Mrs. Beth Jennings, sponsor.
Ther club imetr on swednesday
W , V sk Wfrhqrnirigs dilringgactiykify.periyodriq
x A ' s r m discuss therpast anclsfuture activi-
sr A r 7 tieswof the organizgztion, i r
M s r as when ffe5hin,ang rP1qye rrmm-
r sway was hskedlwhy sheM chbse tosbe
A 5 in industrial Artss Cilllbr his reply
Q rwas,r'iBecauss 9I was sinfit last yezir
9 A and Yforirids it gfUl'f'3'hdf inste resting,'f
gr x s , s, 'Jerry Broadbent,sfreshmamsaid,
f'Il'wds firitefesled in IhndustrjalfArfs
andywanfedfm makes some new
wgfsfiendsf' is r Z
s Q Ssllihg t-shirts for aygfuhd
. raiisgr and making gitffs forrferichers
imdb pareritsr wgrQ dfdb .prQjects.r
' V I HURRY UP! Freihniah Clay5Bag1sy Qosssfor 3
? J gLLiclZ'snafpsh6t,with- thg glogli shenmhdbi irr
WQQdWOFkil'5g.' .7 ' ' x sf
0 A ' A ' L
" K f s
I , ,k.,. ,Q
if E55 as
E .Q X
5 s 5
is S Q g R R6
' - Q my Us ' 5 Q ATTENTION! Mr.vCer:rge Standard, fallis wiihw Freshrgran.Robert Krdws shows off
' some ofsthe Industrial Arisstudsms. Q K - his clogk ,thathe niade in'Woodworking. m ' L
A' :Ihriustrralr Arts Chas!
RESTINC! Sophomore Trey Wade and freshmen ,l.R. Clark
and Chris Gregg attend an Industrial LArts'Club meeting.
WORKING-HARD!f'l3reshman Jayme Goines worlcs on hers W,
woodworking project. K r V L L g '
INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB
9th jerry Broadbent, Floye La
Yonnes 10th Brian Bale, jason
Cook, Trinity Cook, jeff Dubbs
David Goddard, johnny Graham,
jason Keller, Wayne Roberts, Mr
chael Schane, Mike Simpson, Les-
lie Smith, Trey Wade, Tyler
Worthen. SPONSORS: Beth Jen-
nings and George Standard. .
varnway, Bryan Howard, Travis
I V' G
,rWW.5,'w . W H, v rad' U 'U Wg'
Sponsors: Tony Anderson and
GETTING THE HANG OF IU Freshman
Greg Reed works with his steer "Frosty" at
the Ag Farm to get ready for a show.
sz FFA Q
hile most people were
at home in a nice cozy
bed, sophomore Kristy
McCaslin was feeding
and watering her pig. Kristy
showed a pig for her Vo-Ag class
Some kids thought that Vo-Ag
was an easy goof-off class, but they
soon learned that taking care of
their animal wasn't so easy.
TJ. Roesler, sophomore, said, "I
thought it would be fun," when
asked why did you enroll in Ag.
TJ. is now raising a steer named
Shoestring and a heifer named
Kim Hagstrom, sophomore,
wanted to get into Vo-Ag because
she went to shows with her sister
and thought they were fun.
While Kristy and TJ. were rais-
ingtheir animals at the "Ag" Farm,
Kim was raising her horse named
Lady at her own farm at her house.
The Vocational Agriculture Farm
was provided for the students if
they didn't have a place to raise
In September a watermelon feed
was held along with an amateur
In December the annual FFA
Christmas Banquet took place,
Chele Gravitt, junior, was elected
The Building Our American
Community KBOACQ project was
held in January. The members
went to Wal-mart and fingerprint-
ed children along with photograph-
ing them on a video tape.
To end the school year the Moore
Future Farmers of America held
their annual Spring Bar-B-Q Din-
ner and Awards Banquet in May.
kJ'M"d.r, ,. F M,
PIGCING OU'I1"'Unique" eats supper while Freshman Terry Clanton brushes him.
WHAT A SPLASH!! FFA mem-
bers make a big splash during the
watermelon race at the Watermel-
RUNNINCA WA X'!l.,eSlie Smith
makes it back first ro keep the
most water in the buckets to win
WHATA BALL!! FFA members
participate in a volleyball game at
the high school.
PEOPLFS COURT? Youth and Government mem
bers perform a scene from the TV show, "People s
Court," at the Howdy Assembly.
outh and Gov
tion created to
gain a better insight of our
government and how it af
fects our lives It lets the
youth learn how the legls
lature and other branches
of the government are run
It s an education of
government functions and
a lot of fun too said soph
omore Diane Evans
During the year Youth
and Government met
many times to discuss pro
64 Youth And Government
posals for their bills. Some
of their proposals were
drunk driving drug abuse
and a mandatory test for
highschool seniors to pass
They also met on a
weekend to listen to a
guest speaker explain the
basics of writing bills.
"It's something that can
help to make our country a
better place to live," said
February 7, the Youth
and Government met in
OKC to debate their bill
with other state schools
Youth and Government
members. Then their final
nominations went to the
The sponsor this year
was Mrs. Sandy Bennett.
She taught them how to de-
bate and select good topics
There were 46 members
this year. They all pro-
posed good ideas and made
Youth and Government a
fun and learning exper-
We the JEDJSCODJQJLJS ....
ANYONE GOT A VOLT" COLAY? Sophomore Patricia
Gaiski tries to introduce a new bill for the members to dis-
YOUTH AND GOVERNMENT
Officers: Nyla Lester, president, An-
gel Hunt, vice president, Mike Peter-
son, treasurer Members: Mark Lyda,
Matt Henderson, Patricia Gaiski, Iu-
he Mason, Leslie McKay, Terry Per
ryman, Kathy Rainer, Robin Ellis,
Dawn Dowling, Stacy Smith, April
Valentine, Gheia jenkins, jennifer
Sanders, Michelle Reed, Keith Souza,
Won Pak, Susan Manes, Allen Gra
drgo Paul Kemp Donna Watson
Bendy Ward Tim Morrls, Christy
Crockett Dedra Shuler Rachale
Bame Jason Brady Sabrina Prwett
Nancy Medina Amie Wast Ashley
Holland Stephanie Smith Iennrfer
Craig Amy Welch Melrsa Little lu
he Lopez Christi Henderson Susan
Bryant Leslie Herderrch Wendy
Ward jennifer Waterman Sponsor
. I I I
I . . .
. I I . . I
. I . ,
I . . I .
. I I . . ' -
. l . . I
I ' . . . '
, . .
HOLLYWOOD?? Sophomores Mike Peterson and
Nyla Lester "talk up" Youth and Government at
the Howdy Assembly.
mf Youth And Government
HAP was almost like an
elective, with its own ex-
It didn't take up much
time, and it was fun! I
On the days of meetings the
members ate doughnuts and drank
orange juice or milk.
Special events of the week were
discussed. They planned banquets
and fund raisers, had pizza parties,
worked with the elderly, went to
state conventions, and had a lot of
Sophomore Tammy Thomas
said, "FHA is fun. We hope to get
more people to join it!" I
To run for office, all that ,a per-
son had to do was tofget along with
' I Dana Buckles Janelle Sanders
Kerri Patterson Jamie Pickens
Tammy Thoms, Julie Elmore
Lauren Barrara Jenny Bennett
Pam Cahill Jill Chrisman Cha-
lynn Claunch Dianna Colbaugh
Donna Cooksey Kathy Cooper
Jennifer Doyle LeLynn Elliot
Cheri Frazier Cyndi Flacy Nadine
Hartwig Kelly Kennedy Shelly
Lantz Stephanie Lively Christy
Lucas Shonda Martin Melinda
McBee, Kellie McKnight, Christie
Morris, Karen Parsons, Staci Pro-
sise, Kristen Rhodes, Julie Rodgers,
Erica Shaw, Dena Welke, Candy
Williams, Lori Wilson, Kim
Wright. SPONSORS: Melinda
Pierce and Karen Tyson.
the people and most important get
voted in! Either the year before or
that same year a student had to take
a Basic Life Skill class.
Sophomore Chalynn Claunch
said, "I like FHA because I made
some new friends."
You don't learn from just teach-
ers or sponsors, you also get a
chance to learn from other people.
FHA sponsor Ms. Melinda Pierce
said, "We try to give as much time
as possible to the students to speak
as they feel about certain things
that we talk about."
Some of the topics that FHA held
discussions on were teenage preg-
nancy, drunken driving, and how
to get more people involved!
lk 'lg of
IAMMIN' OUT . .. are the FHA football players. Dancing to
the "FHA SHUFFLEN are sophomores Karen Parsons, Kerri Pat-
terson and Deana Welke at the Howdy Assembly.
OFFICERS: DeeDee Waltershield,
MEMBERS: wendy Austin, I
M wx ,-vw 3 N ,af A, ,-- .am vf,gV R Mg -4 "w,w',swN ,www Q . 6 WMM ww 1
' Q H WV," ,QVV P: k 'PA 2 S QA Q ,V 2- , ,'f?'5.f7""f Q 1 'MN'1g, 'X -vu.-x xwifv-Q, X f',"P',, UW,+, sw,
44A,. p ,f ' V 4. y W5,. 4 1 PV, W , Dgmw Q.,, - ,WHA ,M 1 ,, ,
1 R H g 1 W f,,H 5 . ,Z ,Mm F,
-Y g bf 'X' A J z iw , '-
. D -,wr Mk, , ,J ? xwvvfu' 3 y
4 A f. ,, . , ,.
- k NAM ' - V4
' 'm.w Nav'
,. . , QQ
, ll X! ', 4 U, 'M A X 1 Q '
V , . f . HH ,, wa,
4. A ,, Y, , N51 r ,t ,IL K ,A
HARD AT womg PHA membgrsgholaiheii rgonthlyh WHATFHA snwosrpzzron the back ofyevery
megting to talk about their upcoming eyentsf y
program is statecilfhexppjxpose bf FHA. It is a tradi-
tion that eyery perspn pi PHA Singatithe dad of Qhe
banquet- Q V 5 57 7 A O
3 As ,Q
, wx Q, .
' ,A sw!-,Q
.v 9 sv Rjjg
Q v ':W'XA,,-'
Q 'X af I A Mgfvx
Q v 4, '
A .A wwhy.
'9K, V ,'o,
H, A v
'f V v WWW:
f 2 9 MU, Vg,
4 , 0
M , 0 4
-V, 4 ,-
Q W W
nf ,, ,
A ,, 3.66
9 U .f,,u,'
A: N Nbr,
52 'Qf' ,
A w xw r wwkgqvyl
,,wX, ,R xv,-
X VW , K Aiw-
,Y WX iff Q, ,X-5,
A fwkV,4WfQmA,, x55
4 Vw' xi" ' ', www.
mf sff1':fL.Wj,i H X W gi..
., 4. 4 wi.
, .QV an
U fy Q.:
', Q ,hw
Q N W"
.47 X Wf.f
.lg A N
4 B mf,
K v sf Q4 vo
A K k s f w'Q,gWv,l
gym Q9 wx we ABMX4
Y Qbwyqu zum
f M, M b
. , U l 2'
v'f 'z"x ,
7 , J . wk,-A K
5 0,8 H 'arp-H4
HMM 1 'ifsw '
awk, 'sq' F Akfwrnz ,gf 2 eg w m,'M V X
Weiss off to see
the WHZAIQD? ....
Shonda Blackshire, Teri Bobo
Vicki Cowan, Lori Cross, Ken
dna Daffern Tammy Davis,
Dawn Dowling, Robin Ellis
Knnrny Followwill, Robin Hill
Diane Jacox Kell Kenned
Kami Parsons Iamie Pickens,
Kevin Richardson Brenee Ray
burn, Michelle Reed, Benjamin
Swaggert , Tracie Thomas
Sponsor Debbie Korff
0 9 . I I. I
I Y yr
Vanessa Moss, Van Nguyen,
.u . I . . .
9 , l o -
uring Drama club meet-
ings members went over
business and participated
in games that helped
them to broaden their talents.
"It's a really fun club to join and
a chance to work with other stu-
dents," said sophomore Dawn
Sophomore Van Nguyen said, "I
really enjoy being in Drama Club.
It gives me a chance to get away
and forget some of my problems
and be someone else."
Drama Club had a busy year
with parties, activities, the Christ-
mas Assembly, and their final play
in the spring. A
"I really enjoyed the Christmas
party at Crystals. It was a blast!"
said sophomore Kevin Richardson,
They ended the year presenting
the play of The Wizard of Oz.
Sophomore KishalAkers said, "I
really looked forward to our last
play. It was a real challenge."
Drama Club sponsor Ms. Debbie
Korff said, "Acting involves every
part of the performer. He must use
his mind, body, and his voice as
well as his heart and soul. If he
dedicates his whole self to his per-
formance, there are no limits to
what he can accomplish."
IAMMIN WITH THE ,
CHIPMUNK5 at the
Christmas Assembly is
Kimmie White as Dave.
Chipmunksare Kile Reyn- t
olds as Alvin, Terry Perry- V
men as Theodore, and jeff 4
Kingsley as Simon. K '
68 Drama C-lub
WHAT CUTE COUPLES. Drama Club members playing the Newlywed Game are Tim
Watson and Michelle Woodrum as couple 41, Van Nguyen and Kellie Kennedy as couple
452, and Tammy Davis and Diane lacox as couple 33 at the Howdy Assembly.
"WE QUITT' reply Teri Bobo and Van Nguyen to their boss in the
W .,.. ,,... i 5 f
Ve ' . X - , f m K sf,--gmzls ,f.a -1 .5
. Fifi " Q 1 Q Q ' f :mf A
,Q gx,,,,.. . p s ig A ,Nm me
1' ' K F N- I is 3? Al
3 , K Q' .. QW ,.-R L.. - v ky P V C Q' 1
':-' if is W- 5 C
5 .. kgxw N 1 i Q ii- eg
r e . X.
ill , ' . lm
HAY DAN Drama Club sings the "Hee Haw Song" at the
GETTING IT STRAIGHT Sophomore Bryan
Mitchell is interviewed one more time by jamie
Pickens, sophomore, and jennifer Fellows, fresh-
Co-Editorsg jennifer Simpson, Melin-
da Snider. Staff: jennifer Craig, Bry-
an Estabrooks, jennifer Fellows,
Becca Richmond, Reshinda Ander-
son, Marjie Carolus, Larry Chasteen,
Kristi Corcoran, Kim Delaho, Tresa
Lupton, Patrick McLearen, jamie
Pickens, Kathy Rainer, Melissa
Schwartz, Tina Simmons, Jeff Welch,
Troy Whatley, Charles Young, Sherry
Andrews. Adviser: Jeanette Shotwell.
.VIHH L afllvrl
70 Newspaper! Yearbook
ews from the Yearbook
and Newspaper staffs of
Cub Edition Editor Gyla Thein,
freshman, said, "Being editor and
being on the newspaper staff has
its ups and downs. It's hard to take
a stand on an editorial issue, but I
like interviewing and meeting new
Sophomore Stacy Rogers enjoyed
taking pictures for the newspaper
staff. Stacy, who also served as page
editor, liked working with the rest
of the staff on special assignments.
jamie Pickens, sophomore, and a
student life editor on the yearbook
staff, said, "This year's yearbook
staff was fun to be around ....
even on Saturday work sessions!
Being on the yearbook staff is hard
work, but at the end of the year, it's
Melinda Snider, sophomore Co-
Editor of the yearbook, liked learn-
ing more about journalism skills.
"Being on the yearbook staff is
fun. I enjoy taking pictures and
writing my own stories," said Me-
linda. "The yearbook workshops
are great fun and a good place to get
new ideas! Putting together this
year's yearbook has been fun, but it
takes a lot of hard work and imagi-
She also said, "Designing the di-
vision pages and helping staff
members with layouts and stories
were just part of the job."
-st J . t sr 5225- if as .: S,sg2eE3aigsrsf-e
QS ' . I.jg-'gg,,s,.'Yfjgjgii . , ' '53 , 51' .. K -1 MN' K
1 .i ' . -
SX-es '21iessie25fi.lfiisissy? - 1 L. - " 2 K :iss
.FF t 3. g N r .. X Y K K
?'Q::-Qgaf sikftf -jgiisii Y I B . , 'v' S 32" ' K 'k15?'j4ifj.f5?: ,f-nt. ,V fr'
' - , S i
E if f ' f . . S
51 - g . - ,
W ," " - 57 ' i ' ., i'
-..., 'Q 1 ggi R,-A . , Q jf ,
WE DELIVER!A few newspaper and yearbook members visit Owen Field in Norman
during the day of the OIPA workshop and contest at OU in October.
PASTINC DOWN HEADLINES. Newspaper members slave over the light table in order to get The Cub Edition out on time!
WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU
ATE!?! Yearbook staff members take a
break for lunch during a Saturday work
Co Editors Kayla McCoy Cyla Them Tim Morris Chris Selby
Staff jason Brady Greg Conder Kristy Donnelly Richard Har
rmgton Leslie Herdench Julie Simmons Angie Iaynes jennifer
Sanders Renee Stearns Erm Waggoner
1st Sem Journ
Kevin Andrus jason Bruce Susan Bryant, Bonnie Burton johnny
Steve Bruffy Stephmie Hodgen Chuck Melton Patrick Morgan
Tammy Richardson Stacy Rogers
2nd Sem journ
November Clifton Mallsa Cordon Travis Holasek Jason Runyan
Jennifer Weeks Dianne Evans Nyla Lester Kellie McKnight Mi
chelle Whiteside Adviser Jeanette Shotwell
' 0 1 1 0 I l 1 . '
3 r 1 1 "
I I I 0 I
I I '
. I I . I
Cabral, Erika Hunnicutt, Andy Rupe, Mike Smith, Joey Wilson,
I . . I I l I
. I . I l I I
, I r 1 1 '
Q Newspaper!Yearbook 1
Moore Pride is
ts a great way to learn
Q Q about music and meet
MARCHING DOWN MAIN STREET in
the parade is the sophomore band.
new people, said sopho-
more Debbie Hallauer, flutist 2nd
The sophomores were divided
into three bands which also con-
sisted of juniors, seniors and soph-
omores from Moore West.
Band director, Brent Burdick,
said, "The third band was one of
the best bands I have every direct-
ed. They are very talented musi-
"Band keeps you busy. There is
always something rolling," said
Steve Stanton, percussionist 2nd
"I have a lot of good friends be-
cause of band. It helped me learn a
lot more than just music," said
sophomore Angie Blackwood,
clarinet 1st band.
Band students added their own
special touch to Moore Pride.
V we M
WAITING FOR THE CUE to begin the pa-
rade is sophomore Debbie Hallauer.
Flute: Nayibe Gonzalez Debbie Cantu
Laura Baker Deanna Hendricks JoAn-
Bassoon: Todd Hiler.
Clarinet: Angie Blackwood.
Alto Sax: Patty Lamaster.
Trumpet: Eric Joyner.
Trombone: Travis Reynolds.
Flutes: Debbie Hallauer, Angel Hurst,
son Hood, Amy Reed Sandra Mail-nos
Clairnet- Jody Kelly.
Bass Clarinet Tracy Ieffries Rena
Alto Sax: Michelle Schafer.
Trumpet: Cad Sorrell, Chris Kyzer, Scott
Sandersfield, Jennifer Swisher.
Tuba: Mike Payne.
Percussion: Steve Stanton, Kelly Young.
Flutes: Melinda Herman, Becky Price,
man Donna Watson.
Oboe: Melissa Carter.
Clarinet. Julie Bufkin Tina Hale D -
mian Loehle Christy Mays, Shannon .
Talaswaima, Dori Wardle.
Alto Sax: Glen Wiley.
Tenor Sax: Steve Lette.
Trumpet: Jeff Marlar, Scott McGara,
Chris Nicks, Jeff Rhodes.
Tuba: Brian Baca.
Percussion: Keno jones, Veronica Mar-
tinez, Mike Russell.
Kim Wright, Ruth Ann Flowers, Ally-
72 Sophomore Band Shannon Tarkington, Jennifer Water-
with all that . . .
Q Q t's a way to express yourself
. . . CASUALLYV' said Terry
Hallauer an alto saxophone
player in the band.
jazz Band wasn't just another band.
It took a lot of practice and perfection
to be selected.
The 23 freshmen and sophomores
that made up the band shared a lot of
pride within the group of talented
"Jazz Band is a crucial part of a mu-
sician's life if they are serious about
becoming a professional," said Jason
Brady, a trumpet player.
"Overall, we learn a lot and have
lots of fun!" said Kimmye King, pia-
"The band practices once a week.
They are very good for a first year jazz
band," said director Brent Burdick.
The style of Central . . . Jazz Band,
that's where it was at!
PLAYIT RICH71 Sophomore Scott Sandersfield and freshman jason Brady play the trum-
pet at the concert.
PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT proves
Freshman Tony Summers as he plays the
Alto Sax Terry Hallauer, Tony
Summers, Brian Link Glen Wi
Bari Sax Greg Fitzgerald
Trumpet Erik Joyner, Chris
Kyzer Cad Sorrell, Jason Brady
Trombone Chris Jefferson,
Mike Connelly, David Leon
Tuba: Chris Nelms.
Percussion: Mike Russell, Steve
Stanton, Kelley Young, Jason
Piano: Marla Wagner, Kimmye
King, Lisa Birch.
Director: Brent Burdick
. . I .'
Tenor Sax: Theresa Hulsey.
jazz Band 73
OF COURSE, WE CAN PLAY I'IY French
horn players, Lisa Birch and Mike Witty,
practice a difficult number.
E Q and is the Pride of
Moore!" said Melisa
Besides reading and playing mu-
sic there were also a lot of other
things members of the Honor Band
"Responsibility, definitely," said
Mike Witty, French horn.
"Band helped me learn to play
different instruments, and the trips
were a lot of fun!" said Todd Hen-
It took a lot of hard work to be-
come part of the Honor Band.
"Becoming part of the Honor
Band was a challenge. Everyone
had a certain job to do. The slight-
est problem would make the whole
band suffer," said Chris Kluding,
"The '86-'87 freshman Honor
Band was one of the best bands I
have directed. They will go far,"
said director, Brent Burdick.
WHO ME? Percussionist Jodi Berryman
watches the director for her cue to start play-
ing the xylophone.
ONE Kr TWO Kr TIME TO PLAX The
freshman band plays at the Fall Festivities
:g .. Uv rlla 1l3J 1 NIH ' L'
1 B 11 .----,-- A g - ' Bl lh1Qn!
ii l A ' ,1 Q -I1 1. . Q F -F
-,., ' ' ml Y A i 4 l
V ' 1 '
as Moore Pride
DUT DUT DOO
DOO C'HARCl:"The trum
pet section practices for a con
Oboe Amy Betts Stephanie Smith Carl
Bassoon: Lori Richardson Barbara Mur-
Flute: Renee Collins Jennifer Craig
Stephanie Edmonson Laura Hixson
Tellicia jones, Candace Lane, Cassandra
Lee, Shelley Lesher, Melisa Little, Jenni-
fer Morris, Shannon Perkins, Sabrina
Privett, Kristen Rhodes, Kim Simmons,
jennifer Weeks, lill Wheeler.
Clarinet: Marnie Allen, Shannon Clink,
Christy Crockett, Greg Fitzgerald, Amy
Frost, Stephanie Grimes, Melinda Haw-
kins, Carly Jackson, Lynnelle jury, Se-
lma Kelley Klmmye King Deana
McCann Susan Overstreet Paulette Re
cord Christi Schapka Heather Smith
Andrea Smith Bridget Square Marla
Wagner Amy Welch.
Bass Clarinet: Mark Cavett Kelly Grif-
fith Rose Kelley Michelle Majors.
Contra-Bass: Tracy Bethell, Susan
Alto Sax: Ronda Ballard, Brian Link,
Christi Lawrence, Pat Sedivy.
Tenor Sax: Theresa Hulsey, Chris Klud-
ing, Tony Summers.
Bari Sax: Terry Hallauer.
French Horn: Lisa Birch, Thomas Fry,
Cornet Jason Brady Greg Cambell
Scott Hemphill Todd Henderson Tony
Hernandez Mike Newcomb john Petz
Roy Sands Mark Smith Mike Steward
Trombone: James Chandler Mike Con-
nelly Chris jefferson David Leonhardt
Brandon Mills, Steve Shields.
Baritone: David Vos, Doug Wheeler.
Tuba: Christi Henderson, Chris Nelms,
Percussion: Karri Barnett, Jodi Berry-
man,.Iason Bruce, Becky Flowers, Laura
Reed, Chris Wiens, Leah Williams, jason
hoir was for people who
had a talent in singing. It
was for people who want-
ed to cultivate their talent
by practices and concerts.
But it was not just singing. Some
of the songs were choreographed.
All three choirs had choreographed
songs such as "In the Mood" and
Sophomore Beth Dennett said,
"We have vocal warmups, and we
Singing their way
TKO PJFJHUE TCODJE-D
"We have performed for Open
House, Fall Concert, Girls Only
Concert, Crossroads Mall, and two
Christmas assemblies," said Ms.
Lynette McKeithan, director.
It wasn't an easy One could
not go in one hour of the day, sing,
and expect to pass. There were re-
hearsals, evening concerts, and
practices before and after school.
Yet it was not all work, either.
Kerry Basinger, sophomore, said,
"We'reone big, happy family and
we have lots of fun."
Contrary to popular belief, there
WERE guys in choir. .
"In third hour, the ratio of girls
to guys is two to one, and everyone
sings well, including myself, with
the exception of a few," said Kerry.
Choir was busy all year long.
"In the spring we will be going
to contests, helping with the musi-
Cal, participating in the Talent
Show, and singing for the Arts Fes-
tival," said Ms. Mclieithan.
SINGING AWAY is the choir at the Winter Assem-
76 Choir Q
, x 5
NOW REMEMBER. , . Ms. Lynette McKeithan talks to a
section between performances.
ALL TOGETHER NOW MS. Lynette
Mclieithan accompanies the choir as they
sing during an assembly,
9th: Lisa Baltrush, Quinton
obb Tammy Davls Chris
Downey Holly Edgemon
Rhonda Garoutte Mallsa Gor-
don Shanda Gulhon jnmmle
ammontree Donna Kotasek
Julie Lopez Trash McCullough
' Mrssy Mellor, Matt Moffatt
- eather Patterson, Jeff What-
ey 10th Wxll Baltrush Kerry
Basmger Rhonda Cloud Beth
Dennett, james Jackson Jason
C I ' I '
l I I
' . I . .
H I I
. ' . I
l . : ' ,
. I I
M . is . . . I .-
chelle Reed, Tammy Thomas.
artm Nlckne Petrakls Ml
Dlrector Lynette Mciienthan
DO, RE, MI Kerri Brown and Cindy
Flacy, sophomores sing during a choir prac-
he secret to success is
popularity, right? Or so
the majority of people
So how did they try to achieve
their popularity? One place they
started was by joining clubs. They
ranged from National Honor Soci-
ety, with membership require-
ments, to Science Club, whichany-
body with an interest in science
could join. S
For those who wanted to work
with their hands, there were Indus-
trial Arts Club and Future Home-
makers of America.
Those interested in politics could
join Youth and Government.
Those who were interested in
animals could join FFA, and the list
The more clubs joined, the bu'
sier you were, but it was a chance to
meet new people and to make new
FUTURE FARMERS OF
INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB
YOUTH 8: GOVERNMENT
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OE 'S
78 Clubs R
GO FOR HY! Sophomore jason Hall goes up to score two
more points for Student Council. p W
FHA SHUPFLE, FHA members perform their own ver-
sion of the "Superbowl Shuffle."
HURRY UP! Sophomore Terri Bobo crawls to get through
all the loops to finish the race for the Drama Club.
HANG ON!Sophomore Debbie Cantu struggles to finish
for the International Club without dropping the ball.
WATCH OUU!! Sophomore Allen Gradnigo slides across the floor to give the
Science Club the lead they need.
s things started rolling around
school it was complete chaos as
about 1,350 students tried to get into
the swing of things.
It was meeting new friends and old,
remembering locker combinations and
going to pep assemblies.
For many this was a new school and
a different experience.
Although it took awhile, things and
people started to roll through another
:9 if .
, , . sr
80 People Division Q
DOWN SEI HUT Sophomore Lions play against the Ed-
ix, A .
NICE TO MEET YOU. Freshman Cristi Hankins introduces her mother
to Mrs. Sherry Schallner.
. 4 ,. .,
DISCUSSING THE LATEST are freshman Amy West and sophomores
Amy Thompson, Shelly Arther and Crystal Parks during lunch break.
W WAA' """'--.o.,1
l f if
GETTING READY FOR LOCKER CLEAN-
OUT are freshman Kristy Donnelly ancl
sophomore Tammy Richardson.
FINISHING HOMEWORK. Mark Evans,
freshman, finishes an assignment in Mr. -11
john Schwartz' history class.
People Division 81
ver had one of those really
There's one in every crowd
82 Sophomores L
boring classes that seemed
to drag on forever and
ever? Did you want to escape
from the anatomy of a frog to
think about another anatomy?
Kirk Callaway had an answer.
I-Ie slept in class.
"B's" and "Cs" were usually
what Kirk made in the classes he
slept in. I-Iow did he keep from
"You learn better in your
sleep. I get my work done before
I go to sleep." he explained.
Kirk thought held sleep in
class the rest of his school years.
When asked about it, he said
"Probably until I graduate tif I
CATCHINC SOME Z'S??? Kirk Callaway, freshman
sleeps in class.
ff W fu. pri ,
ll ., 3'
.a i w ? C!
. , W s
, .ii r
'- II 'f '.
Sue M Cho
Why do peo le s end
time at the
ere you often bored? Left
at home with nothing to do
and needed to get out?
Then why didn't you do what these
To shop at certain stores was one
reason to go to the mall,
On this subject sophomore Ran-
dall Hood said, "I liked to go to the
mall to shop for shoes at the Athle-
tic Alley or at Foot Locker."
To some people video games
played an important part in their
Freshman Andrea Rhodes said,
"When I go to the mall I always
stop to play some of the video
Freshman Brian Daniels said, "I
liked the mall, because it has Hast-
Tracy Crawford '
jill Ann Crisman
4 Sophomores ing Records and Record Bar."
Other people liked the mall to
look at the people there.
Sophomore Chris Chapman said,
"I liked to go to the mall to look at
the funny dressed people there."
Then some people went for their
social life, to see their friends, fun,
Freshman Jason Bruce said, "The
reason why I go to the mall is be-
cause over half of my social life is
Not only did students like the
mall, but the teachers and counsel-
ors also enjoyed the mall.
Counselor, Mrs. Pat Folks, said,
"I liked the mall for the climate, the
comfort, and the convenient park-
ssf - ..s,
SNACKING AT THE MALI.. Freshman
Dawn Coffey stops for a little snack while
Ruth Anne Flowers
Andrea Hamilton 101
Eric Hamilton Q93
Erika Hunnicutt KQJ
Matt Hansen Q91
Richard Harrington 191
Scott Hannabass 1V,, ZZA A
Ted Hansen ,j L,, ZZA 2
Jeffery Haralson ,
Ray Haralson ""
Gregg Hardin 499 f v,.. M Q
Ann Harding 19? I were i"' if
Michelle Harkema fr" i" W ' , ' fv A
- H -
O 1 ES W 3 2
G 0 0 -a 'rrll f 'lll . s
hen the bell rang students watch "Hunter",
like sophomore Kelly Keno said, "I like to watch 'V
Koenig went home to 'Hunter' because there is nothing if H i'i"
watch "Days of Our Lives." The else interesting on the other chan- , . ,..V ,..M f
only reason why Kelly liked to nelgf' QW Ai't
watch it was because as she said, "I Brandy Koenig, ffefihman, liked
think Roman and Bo Brady are
hunks." Kelly also liked to watch
"The Bill Cosby Show."
Freshman Tootie Jones liked to
watch "The Bill Cosby Show." Kel-
ly and Tootie both said, "I like to
watch it because it is funny."
Mrs. Carole Gonzalez said, "I
like to watch Cheers on Thursday
nights because it is funny in a clev-
er way. I also like the interactions
between the characters."
Keno Jones, sophomore, liked to
"Growing Pains." She said, "I
think that Kirk Cameron is Gor-
Mr. Larry Woods liked to watch
"Head of the Class." ' ' "'
He said, "I like to watch it be-
cause it deals with real life situa-
tions, and it is very humorous."
Sophomore Kathy McBane has
watched "The Facts of Life" since
May. She said, "I like to watch it
because I think it is very interest-
Kaci Harrell Q93
Nadine Hartwig IQD
Colt Hasson L93
. ..... .. ,,,..
f , W
' ' '.,,3.5551i5!Q.Y5g?Wh:fs7Fif5f'f5Ef2E:'f2:Qf'f:E::,f'f'2an IU. :.
,..,g,,,,M7amfQf ffywfgW..-wa,-v,, f
" 2 I
.,g2g:w9,w'A W fgyf , ,,
X, ,, , -x X ix f
V wif" m1z61eiW1kEMEfM2EH"mE.w:2m'41'4'1 'H v'f'PfIAVfbiYb7'5Wiffiiiu'
'G ' -1, '1'Zwiiaig65141514..:sr1551...I55512ZHaZrmfME5wa,f'.97 ., .' .:' f
. ,, . .. .,.,.,...,,,,,...... ..,....,,,. ....,... .... .
HOW MUCH MORE RELAXING CAN
YOU GET? Freshman john Peetz sits in his
living room and watches "MacGyver.'f
Cristi Henderson L91
Todd Henderson 193
Billy Hesket C91
Sharon Hicks 191
Denise Hill Q9
Mark Hoepfinger i9j
Travis Holasek L93
Denise Howk i9thJ
Tonya Hughes i9thj
Irene Hurd 19th,
Jeanine Hussian f9thD
Kristel Hutson i9thj
jonathan Hymer t9th5
john Allen jones
Jeff Kingsley be
Taking risks Sz making
ophomore Trey Owens liked
racing Motorcross. He
owned a Kawasaki KX80 and
had been racing for four years.
As of this date, October 20, 1986,
he had broken four bones-an arm,
hand, collarbone, and thumb.
Interstate Motorcross Park was
his favorite track. The hardest track
he ever raced was at Tyler, Texas.
Trey was recognized by O'Neal
U.S.A. and Maxima Racing Lubri-
cants and received sponsors from
His most memorable experience
was his first race on a Kawasaki
john Laughlin i
KX6O. Trey figured he would take
first place easy, but when the gate
dropped he was shocked at how far
behind he was.
By the time the race was over
Trey had crashed several times and
had been lapped by half of the oth-
er racers. He trained every day and
ran approximately three miles.
When Trey was not racing, he
could be found trailriding with
sophomore Gary Clayton.
To ride like his idols, Rick John-
son and Guy Cooper, was a goal he
MUD + SWEAT I FUN. Competing in a
motorcross race, sophomore Trey Owens
pulls ahead of his competition as he flies off
. , .
., -.. fs..
Yr" ' . ii, i f
Are ou stuck without
a ride AGAIN?
ver been stuck at school
without a ride? Missed the
bus and no way home?
Many students never had that
problem. They were the ones with
licenses and, more importantly,
Sophomore Chris Larkin, for in-
stance, got an '84 Camaro for his
Chris said, "I want everyone to
know I'm really not as bad as a
driver as everyone thinks I am."
When asked what the worst
thing about driving to school was,
he replied, "Jeremy Blackwell and
Andrea Barnes are always bum-
ming rides off mel"
Then there were the ones who
weren't so fortunate the ones
n iw- as . af'
:asf 1: K' ff 573:
90 Sophomores without a licence and without a car.
In sophomore Kyle Osborne's
situation it was a bit expensive to
try to sneak mom and dad's car out.
"I took my parents car out and
well .... kind of wrecked it" he
said. Kyle ended up having to pay
his sister big bucks to say it was
David C1oddard's experience with
driving wasn't so good either.
"I was turning a sharp corner
and the door opened and out I
went!" said David.
But Shaunna Walker summed it
up when she said, "I hope I don't
run over a little old man, or run
into a brick wall while I'm taking
my test or I might never get a car!"
f My .Wm I I
ANOTHER RIDE? Freshman jeremy
Blackwell begs for one more ride from sophe
omore Chris Larkin.
ta. w 'M Q
1' Q - --.
f X t
A rl 2 A
Do you need a
hen making plans for the
weekend have you ever
been asked out on a date
and needed a good excuse to say
no? Here are a few good excuses
you might try:
Sophomore Bobbi Purvine re-
plied, 'II am not old enough."
Freshman Jeremy Blackwell said, "I
can't go out. It is against my reli-
"My mom doesn't like you," said
sophomore Tiffany Trotter.
Sophomore Chris Larken's ex-
cuse was "I can't because I am mov-
ing to Iran."
Coach Scott Raper said, "I do not
want to go out with you."
Cyndi Smith 3 k Z
2 Sophornores "I have to eat dinner with my
parents" was sophomore Kyle Os-
Mr. Jim Faurot's excuse was "I
have to go out of town."
Sophomore David C1oddard's ex-
cuse was "I have to go to my grand-
While some students were hav-
ing to make excuses, Mr. Roger
Brown said, "I really never had to
worry about dates because I had so
When asked why he had so very
few dates, Mr. Brown replied, "I
didn't have many dates because I
spent all of my time in the weight
EXCUSES, EXCUSE5. Sophomore Angie i
Blackwood's truthful excuse is "I popped t
my knee out of place doing the limboff
3. 9, 3-3 he
Shannon Talaswai a
Dee Dee Walterscheid
94 Sophomores Q,
gf a 5
I wwf 2 71,
' :f I
me ii ,it
was 1 . .. at '-
ww , W-.fy r- W I -,
it 3' fr Q
'S f , at --vf- 2
4 Al , i 3 ,
i Zzi e'f-
, M ... egg,
.1 : 2 'f - . f 1 1,
..,. A , , , .... ,,.w,., i, .
nr- 74, !
, it Q
+ J' Q
Sophomores show freshmen
hen the freshmen arrived
the first day of school, they
didn't know what to ex-
Many freshmen had heard ru-
mors of the big, bad sophomores
picking on the freshmen.
The sophomores couldn't wait to
get back to school the first day.
fter all, they had the whole sum-
er to think up things to do to the
reshmen. And this was their
chance to try some of their ideas on
But once the year started, sopho-
mores and freshmen got along very
Kell fconsidering that the sopoho-
ores are the dominating clas-sl.
Even though sophomores were
older, when asked if they respected
the freshmen, sophomore Kyle Os-
orne replied, "Yes, most freshmen
p andle getting picked on pretty
Most people had their own ideas
about who had more spirit.
When sophomore Rhonda Sei-
mens was asked who she thought
had more school spirit, she said
proudly, "Sophomores, definitely!"
Freshmen had their own ideas
Freshman Jennifer Mitchell was
asked if she looked up to the soph-
omores. She bluntly replied, "No."
Freshman Mark Evans said, "I
think the sophomores are pretty
cool, and I like going to school with
When asked if the sophomores
and freshmen were equal, sopho-
more Kyle Mason said proudly,
"No, because we're more mature
than they are."
Before the Homecoming assem-
bly fwhich was when the first spirit
competition was heldj freshman
Winn Gonzales said, "Freshmen
will win the spirit yell."
When the assembly was over
with, sophomores showed all the
freshmen just who was number
'Z .,., I
f -W e-s rr fi
3 A .,,.. X, , ,,
if - , , ,I if S
,,r f 4' , V- V 1
iff f if
f ii? if '
EVERYONE ACREES! Freshman jenny
Bertone agrees Central is number one.
WE'RE i4f1!Sophomores hold up a poster
saying they are number one.
Bobby Amos 1103
ga X X X
arise. . .
ere you ever called "brace
face," "tinsel teeth," "elec-
tric can opener," or "metal
Chances are you were not alone.
About half of the students from the
seventh to the tenth grade had
braces on their teeth. Why?
"I got braces because my teeth
were crooked and since everybody
else was getting their teeth
straightened out, I thought I should
get my teeth fixed," said Matt Mad-
Rose Marie Baker
96 Freshmen "My teeth were crooked, and I
would grind my teeth together
which caused a jaw disease. I had to
get braces to correct the disease,"
said Stacy Wright.
Kathryn Howe didn't have her
braces long and when asked if it
hurt at first or continued to hurt,
she replied, "It hurt at first, so bad I
couldn't sleep at night, but now I'm
used to it."
Even though people may have
called you names, you kept your
chin up and KEPT SMILINCJ
. fm ,QQ '
.zrfjf U 5 vt,-'fag ., -gfi-ff. 'J Q
, I I
SMILE! YOU'RE ON CANDID CAMERA!
Sophomore Kathryn Howe proudly shows
off her new braces.
Those Cubs are
hat would you do if the cub
were in some type of dan-
Well, here are seven couragous
cubs that will do some pretty outra-
geous things for their favorite mas-
Freshman Manny Roman said,
'ilf the Cub were in a blazing fire
I'd jump over the fire, save it and
jump back over to get out!"
Freshman Monty Rumsey had
this to say, "I'd rush in and save its
What would you do if the Cub
were hanging from a 10-story
J, R. Clark
fha? we 8 ff
V t ft ff
f I ,592 5
98 Freshmen building by its paws?
Mr. Larry Woods replied, "Not
only am I a courageous cub, but
also a smart one, I'd call the fire
Freshman Mark Evans said, "I'd
get under him and tell him to
What if the Cub were tied to the
railroad tracks by the West Tiger?
Freshman Tony Southerland said,
'iI'd mess up that Tiger and untie
That's those "Courageous Cubs"
H T' T
,.,, ,, ,,e,,
bij!! 5737 L16 WM, Pfi'A,fg,?,'irI51jg' ik? ffff:l,fH5"Wi5"97ir: V5 f75W5ZfElb'!b ' P w77H"Lri57ff7f flltiffu
T L H ',,,,i
t 1 it L
f "" f fix"
,, , Q VV ,241
- 'ffl' ififszfl C ,' '"fiWFfim7vfkZlifEi?f5f,,g,i:,4,:r- - 'z 'V'
,ww Max? ti, V Y'7,6.'Z7't7itf
, ttj' ,
tt" f f ,,,
i , , T
HOW'5 THIS FOR COURACEOU5? Soph-
omore David Dacus helps sophomores
Kristi Corcoran and Kathy Rainer, two la-
dies in distress.
L V, -.i i
F 4 1,
1 4 2
Ears to U, BABE.
arrings may have been one of the
latest crazes, but there's one thing
for certain, guys at Central joined
the wave. I
Different sizes, shapes, and colors, any-
thing imaginable could be found in the halls
of our school!
I asked, students were glad to tell you
everything you ever wanted to know about
joe McCoy, freshman, said, "My mom
pierced my ear for me."
As for the hurting part, Mike Brownson,
freshman, said, "No, it didn't hurt, it just
itched!!" Mike Brownson had had his ear
pierced twice in the past two years.
Some of the guys interviewed said one of
the reasons they had their ear pierced was
because most of their friends had theirs
done and that they wanted to feel accepted.
Mike jackson said, "I get my earrings at
Ear Etc. in Norman!"
All the guys interviewed agreed that one
to two earrings on one ear was PLENTY!!
100 Freshmen The final question asked was if the guys
thought their earrings attracted the girls.
Mike jackson said, "Sure"
Mike Brownson said, "Earrings don't
make the man. Girls like me just the way I
But as for joe McCoy, he said, "Girls?
Girls? Well, I guess YES!!"
Girls polled had their own opinions about
guys and earrings.
Gyla Thein, freshman, said she thought
guys looked best in studs, but a guy's per-
sonality was more important to her than if
he had earrings.
Kirn Hayes, freshman, said she thought
guys with earrings are out of the question,
Whether they liked it or not, girls at Cen-
tral agreed earrings were becoming more
and more popular with the guys.
And why not?
Perhaps guys thought of it as a challenge.
Perhaps they thought that if a girl could
stand up under pressure of having metal
punched into their ears ,,.. so could they!
. -,X .W
' . H ,, "" A "'- if
' ' I
I I ,
f 'w ""i "' 'i 'ff 32511: r,1i"'.-E". Y fiftfi'
.. V V
L i ir"
".. 24 I f
. I , I,
. ,..,A . Y .. 1 ,..,,
tv, 5 ,
'. 4" fi 2
A , . I getaways
'fy i , 41 ..,, ,Q 2
,,.. 7' " f ' ' 1 Y
GUYS? EARRINGS? Mike jackson, fresh-
man, wears his lnot very noticeable! dia-
E Q , ,
.,4- .ff ,
3 W .1.
, . t
5 - at
N .af 1
4 t '
x,f-""- - --.,
A - -X
M i M f
Sherrie Dawn Griggs
i Tic-Toc Tic-Toc the mouse ran up the
were the the latest
kinds, different sizes, dif-
ferent designs, and any but every
color that you could think of!!!
"Swatch rules!" said freshman
Alberto Cantu, owner of several
Traci DeRose, sophomore, said,
"The new airplane watches appeal
more to me, because they are easier
Sophomore Stephinie Hodgen
said, "I don't have a have a particu-
lar favorite. l like them all. Gucci,
Swatch, Guess, Coke, they all re-
flect my different moods."
"I share all of my watches lan
assortment of 14j with my friends,
sister, and my mom! We loan them
back and forth to each other!" said
freshman Gyla Thein.
Sophomores Brian Mitchell and
Kyle Osborne bought their watches
at Sanger Harris in Crossroads and
paid from 530-535. Brian and Kyle
thought it was a "Good deal."
Athena Glover, freshman, said,
"l would get all of them if I could! I
like to have one to match every out-
"I wear more than one watch
Kpreferably Swatchl to show respect
to Dr. Swatch," said Dylan Wag-
ner, freshman. He saw Dr. Swatch
at Sanger Harris October 18 and
thought that he was "Real cool!"
FASHION TREND! Sophomore Stephinie
Hodgen wears many watches on her arm,
' Wendy johnson
Ae Ran Kim
jun Hoe Kim
Q Freshmen 103
' Mark Lusby
David Mann '
A91 . ' r 1 Eli
f ..t. .,,, '
Don't you hate those
i'!?! LUNCH LI ES?
RRING! The lunch bell
You went to your locker
and then ran with your friends to
the line in the student Store or to
the sandwich line in the cafeteria.
If you ate in the cafeteria, you
usually got "sandwich and fries."
But if you worked your way to
the student store, you had to get in
a long, aggravating line.
You see, you were running out of
time so you went to the student
store for a "quick bite." Slowly you
worked your way up the line.
While waiting in line, you saw
about 50 people cut in front of you.
Finally, you had enough!
You decided to get your original
place in line back. As you squirmed
through the people who were yell-
ing at you, a familiar voice said
"YOU, OUT!" As you turned
around, you saw Coach Scott Raper
pointing in your face.
As you got out of line, you went
outside into the cold weather and
the bell rang. And guess who
WATCH OUU!! There is Coach Scott Raper
checking out the crowds of people in the
student store line.
3. . .
ssii C t
if ,:,. , t
gf ' X
t ii t
N H ,..,.
ii . ' 5. he
'ii ,EEE f . P'
li Freshmen 105
Is there really life
eople had different things
they either liked or had to do
Some may have had to work or
had some sort of practice to go to.
Some people just went home and
relaxed and watched TV.
"I go home and watch 'Days of
Our Lives,"' said sophomore Jenni-
fer Waterman, "when I'd rather be
talking on the phone."
"I go home and do all my home-
work. Then I take a short nap and
get ready for work," said sopho-
more Ryan Slemmer. "But I would
rather go out and ride around with
Susan Overstreet ,
106 freshmen 140 PM.
'I practice football for ZW hours
everyday, except for game days."
said sophomore Kile Reynolds. "I
would rather play football than do
Freshman Travis I-Iolsek said,
"Immediately after school I go to
diving practice for two hours."
"Some days I had committee
meetings after school or I just
stayed in my room for an hour or
so and caught up on grades or ran
off test papers," Barbara Link, Eng-
lish instructor said. "I would rather
be getting tanned on a beach in
if . . , 5
. 1 '
,, . oswfifw 'M . ,
.1 f we
. 'il-552, '-
.. sf 'f 1 nf vf,... W
.. , .. ,We , Q,
NAPPINC after a day at school jerry
McCroskey decides to take it easy.
Lindy Red Elk
Lora Ann Reed
Things that really make
us FRIGI-ITE ED
rightening things scare peo-
ple in totally different ways.
Some people had very active
imaginations which contributed to
paranoia. There were a lot of ways
to get scared and students found
When asked what scared them
the most, these students had un-
usual answers. Here were some of
A common answer from fresh-
man Misty Lawson was, "The Boo-
It was very unusual when sopho-
mores, David Dacus and Mike Fitz-
gerald, said, "Females!"
'Iason, Freddy, and Oscar the
Crouch," were characters on the
screen that sophomore Michelle
Woodrum was scared of.
c Salem Sharp
108 Freshmen When asked the same question,
sophomore Laura Wood, said, "In
Friday the 13th, Part I, when Jason
jumped through the window, I got
so scared I ran out of the room and
jumped in my mom's lap."
Something that most people
wouldn't admit was voiced by
sophomore Brian Bale when he
said, "I'm scared of falling off the
second floor of Crossroads."
A lot of people probably agreed
with sophomore, Kelly Coogan,
when she said, "Being by myself
when it's stormy outside scares
Everyone had something they
were scared of even though some of
us were too embarrassed to admit
S 1 M
Q A 2,
,L 'Y ii wtf wr, va, .
, , Www
.s. J ,, V In
2 S ,,
' ' f V' ,,
.V 'ii7f'Ff" ' .1 I "
I ' I
,2 11 ' af f' J ' ' 4 it
f ' Jr-H,-, Q ,, I
, M' 'WW M ,, , .. , , T51
2 ' tg , , I
' if i 4 at 'ififfi
if 41 ct, ft - ,
I-Eve' '1 5, '
SCARED STIFF. Sophomores Shannon
Gibson and Bobby Moran act terrified.
Af . .. t,
ti . it
124 .f M..-f
'Q ' - 21511,
, Q. fa
A X 9 1 f A
1 ' 3 It k g: ,, s
v ' ' fue I Y
' c Y'
S ,Q f in
. f ffa'l' .:.
X ,B Ja v-
X -, L.
1 I W
. , ff i
Mike l. Smith
Mike K. Smith
What's your favorite excuse
omeone tied my shoestrings
together" and "I couldn't
walk fast enough" were a
couple of the many and unusual
excuses students gave their teach-
ers for tardies.
Did you think teachers believed
these excuses? Of course not!
But some did believe excuses like
"My locker wouldn't open" and "I
had to go back to get my books."
The most unusual excuse was "I
got locked in the bathroom." There
was no way a teacher believed that,
or did they????
Richard Tiner II
Did these next excuses sound fa-
"I didn't know how to do it" and
"My locker must have eaten it."
Everyone had it and everyone hated
it. It was HOMEWORK.
There was hardly any excuse for
not having homework. Students
would do or say anything. The
most common excuse given was
One of the most unusual excuses
was "My brother flushed it down
, X "ew F r.
. Q- ana K Es?
. tt s
he " We
3 X sf
110 Freshmen -
:,, ., , ,
uf' N- f W ! A
f 2? jeff"T5iliIf,Ui9fQf:,?gJ5f'f'kk'f' , ,': A A f27f,kyN?ZQf::Qf,Efii-
' :,fsQtf:fe' fefifff-fffaw l efv wb
.mail-eyi. .wr "vga ,fm W' vw i'wsatffwwfetzfw?
g:,Qfz?5:ss,1f3qaf?awaw ,wfgaffeyyff sfgefwsywffrer wif-
f tif ,fayfve
-g i' writ ,"
fy, ff' " ,, H wa efgzffgg w,,,w:,,:,f1
' . ff,,1fJfatf3:5'5 ',e,q:w.,
, it f' :fy ff
':.ffW,' 'fa ::"'?ffix,'f:,,'. ff'ffQ:""V,2'Ff f!'75:2'ff,,
, ' '
HELP!!! Sophomore Shannon Tarkington,
already late for class, struggles to get her
books out of her locker.
lf ti 1, T
Ashley Holland W
' X 1- X
E X X
: 2 xg
. . X
JUSTA SECOND is all Chris Dull, freshman, has io fi ie
take a drink from one of the many water fountains in I
school. 5 ggi? T
5245 of 1300 LOCKERS is used by Lloyd Grissom, fresh-
man, to store his books, pencils, and anything else he can
get in there! D
X xx x Q
X Y N e
X ii N N X N
N N x N
Q Q N
e .N .. ,, 1
N N X
w x we
112. Freshmen AFX
E K . 5 A X ir
"" ' X HEQ . -55 ' T 9i?QeT'f.vi7Q:f1fiLS1jj?i2QS '..'5XQ5f:j'.:9gffgwi
5 fm., if
f-1 Q .,r.
X R 42
ar' 'def-,gpv .gp
Do ou ever .
ou quickly open and shut
your locker. You then rush
to the restroom. Next you
take a fast two-second drink from
one of the water fountains. Finally,
you run as fast as you can to class
without getting caught.
During this rush of confusion
did you ever think of the numbers
of lockers, water fountains, etc.?
What would life had been like if
there were none of these conve-
niences to help us through the day?
just to remind you that little
things did mean a lot, here's a list
of those "I bet you didn't know
32. Art tables
32 Benches in the blue gym
76 Benches in the stadium
43 Cafeteria tables
10 Hall clocks
17 Halls in both buildings
1.300 Hall lockers
26 Hall vents in the 900 building
9 Benches in front of the 900 build-
81 Outside doors
195 Ties owned by Mr. Shoaf
93 Trophies in the trophy case
88 Typewriters in typing
10 Water fountains
18 Statistics on this page
STARING AT SUCCESS. Freshman Mark Foster gazes
at the trophies won by different clubs and people at our
GINGER BARTON-Arts :Sz Crafts I. STEVE BEALL-
Sophomore Vice Principal. SANDY BENNETT-
American History I, Oklahoma History, Youth Sr.
Government. BECKY BERG-Biology. DEE
BOWERMAN-Registrar, ROGER BROWN-
American History, Oklahoma History, Student
BRENT BURDICK'Band. GENE BURR-Principal.
DEE BUTLER-Counselor. LINDA BYCKO-
Freshman Attendance Secretary. MARY
CASTLEBERRY-Receptionist, Student Store
Supervisor. IANIS CLEMENTS-American History I,
Oklahoma History, Youth 8: Government.
CATHY COOKfEnglish I, BETH CRONE-
Introduction to Algebra. Algebra I. LEIGH
CULBREATH-Art I,lI. ED DAVIS-American
History II,Ill. JOE DAVIS-Driver Education. JIM
TERRY DUDLEY-Physical Education. RAY ELLIS-
English I,ll. SUSAN ESTES-English I. LOIS
EVANS-Freshman Vice Principal. JIM FAUROT-
American History II,llI. CELINDA FERGUSON-
Ceometry, Algebra II.
RALPH FLAGLER-American History I, Oklahoma
History. BECKY FLEMING-Biology, Physical
Education, Athletics. PAT POLKS-Counselor.
DARLENE FOSTER-Typing 1. CAROLE
GONZALEZ-English l,II. SUSAN HIGGINS-
MIKE HODPER-World History I, Athletics.
DARLENE HUDSON-English II, LaQUITA
HURST-Special Education. IODENE HUTCHINS-
Library Aide. BETH ,IENNINGS-Mechanical
Drawing I, II, Woodworking I, Industrial Arts Club.
CHRIS JOHNSON-Geometry, Algebra II, National
TONY KNIGHT-Oklahoma History, American
History I, Athletics, JUDY KOO5-Special
Education, DEBBIE KORFF-English I, Introduction
to Drama, Drama I,II, Introduction to Speech,
Drama Club. KATI-IIE LINDERS-French I,II,
German l, International Club. BARBARA LINK-
English II. SHARON LISTON-Computer Literacy.
DRU MARSEILLES-Algebra I, Introduction to
Algebra. SAM MCELVANY-General Business,
Typing I, Athletics. PAT McGARRITYASpansih I,II,
International Club, LYNETFE MCKEITHAN-Vocal
Music. LEONARD MCMINN-Counselor. LOLIETA
CARA MIZIRL-English II. KATHY MOFPATT-
Keyboarding, Typing l,II, Office Procedures,
National Honor Society, DEBBIE MONTGOMERY-
English I, MARGITTA MOORE-Geometry, Algebra
I. BRENDA NORTHCUT1'-American History
I,II,III, Oklahoma History. ELIZABETH PERRY-
if 2 X
Are we really what we EA ???
umorous and unex-
pected answers were
given by some mem-
bers of the faculty on the fol-
If you are what you eat,
what would you be?
Business teacher and
coach, Sam McElvaney, said,
"I'd be a Deluxe Graham
with peanut butter on top."
George Standard, said, "A vi-
Carole Gonzalez, English
teacher, said, "A peach."
Arts and Crafts teacher,
Ginger Barton, said, "A
Granny Smith apple."
9th grade principal, Dr.
Lois Evans, said, "A fruit
I Special Ed. teacher, Judy
Koos, said, "A peanut."
Jim Day, Drivers Ed.
if ' mf
ff? .,A. if
4 if l l
.W R. f 0,046
" 1 .1
I ' I
kj I W ,gf iii-
WAI' . L'
LUNCHING. Teachers Beth Jennings, Beth Crone, Margitta Moore, Carole Gonzalez, Janis Clements, and Barbara Link
spend their lunchtime in the teachers' workroom.
teacher, said, "A brownie
with lots of nuts."
And even though a "D.P."
wasn't a food, English teach-
er, Barbara Link, would be
that if she could eat it.
f ff- fr
is. . ' 1
it is Y . W .Q1
If this question were true,
you would have seen a lot of
pizza, ice cream, and choco-
late walking in the halls or
even writing on the chalk-
AMY PETERSON-Biology, Chemistry, Science
Club. MELINDA PIERCE-Home Economics l,Il,
Future Homemakers of America. SCOTT RAPER-
I.S.S., Athletics. CINDY ROBERTS-Physics. Basic
Physics, General Science, Science Club. NANCY
RUTLEDGE-American History II,III. JOHN
SCHWARTZ-Oklahoma History, American History
BILL SHOAF-General Math, Consumer Math.
JEANETFE SHOTWELL-Photography, Yearbook,
Newspaper, Introduction to Journalism. MIKE
SIMMONS-Algebra I, Introduction to Algebra.
KAREN SLATON-Secretary to the Principal.
JANET SOUTHARD-Biology, Athletics, Physical
Education. GEORGE STANDARD-Woodworking
I,II. Industrial Arts Club.
TERRY TAMAGE-Biology BSCS, Biology. BETTY
Basic Life Skills, Future Homemakers of America.
CHARLES VALENTINE-Earth Science, Physics.
MARILYN VOGTSBERGER-Math, Science I,II.
ANN WHITE-Financial Secretary.
JOHN WHITESIDE-Introduction to Algebra,
Algebra l. JANICE WILLINGHAM-Chemistry I, PS
Chemistry, Physics. LARRY WOODS-Chemistry,
Physics. KAREN WOODWARD-Clerical
Procedures, Typing I, Record Keeping. CRAIG
WRIGHT-Physical Education. ARCHIE YOUNG-
Chemistry, Physics, Student Council.
TAYLOR-Librarian, Cheerleaders. KAREN TYSON-
Principals help molse this yeor
CNE OF TI-IE BEST!
r. Gene Burr was our head
This was Mr. Burr's Sth year in
the Moore School System.
When asked how do the students
this year compare with the students
last year Mr. Burr said, "They
would compare favorably. The
study body this year is excellent.
The students seem to get a little
better each year."
Mr. Steve Beall, 10th grade prin-
cipal, had been at Central Mid
High for two years.
When asked how do you like be-
ing a principal at Central he said, "I
like it. Sometimes it is tough but I
Was she a doctor or was she a
principal? Well, Dr. Lois Evans,
our 9th grade principal, was both.
She had been a principal here for
Dr. Evans said, "I like Central,
the students, and the teachers. We
have one of the finest staffs. Our
students have one of the best op-
portunities to get the best educa-
tion of anywhere they would want
RETURNING FOR ANOTHER DAX Mr. Bill
Shoaf, math instructor, and Dr. Lois Evans, as-
sistant principal, arrive at school to begin an-
11 Principals 5 ,sg 1
ALWAYS BUSX Mr. Gene Burr, head principal, pauses on the way to a meeting in the
IS HE GOING TO DO A CHEER OR GOING TO SPEAK? Mr. Steve Beall, assistant
was if ikesgrfim principal, tells the 10th graders the main rules at the first assembly.
WHAT'S NEW THIS YEAR? Mr.
Gene Burr, principal, presents an
orientation on the school rules
while Mrs. Betty Taylor, cheer-
leader sponsor, and Mr. Steve
Beall, rofh grade principal, wait in
IS SHE A DOCTOR OR A PRINCIPAL?
She's both! Dr. Lois Evans, assistant princi-
pal, does her work on a daily school basis.
Support Personnel ore involved
ost people thought of school
as being teachers, principals,
and lots of homework. What they
didn't realize was that there was
more to it than that.
Custodians kept the school clean
and in the best condition possible.
Mary Castleberry took orders
and had served student store food
for eight years. She was the super-
visor and also counted money after
both lunches were over.
When asked what she thought
about the students, she simply re-
Vickie Briggs was the supervisor
in the cafeteria. Some of her jobs
included ordering groceries and
She enjoyed her job after work-
ing there for only a year.
"Most fstudentsj conduct them-
selves well. Of course, there are a
few .... ," said Mrs. Briggs.
Charlie Erwin became a familiar
name among the students .......
about twenty years of students to
be exact. He was always there when
needed. When asked about what he
thought of the students this year,
. 4 '
- 1 9 f
" X if
tts- ' " 1 . .
. awe wires..
TRY SOME. Pat Goodman and Phyllis
Cross l"Shorty"j start setting up for lunch.
HOLD, PLEASE. Answering the phone is
part of secretary Karen Slaton's job during
118 Support Personnel he replied, "They are pretty nice
this year. We haven't had as many
problems as we did last year."
But Charlie Erwin wasn't the
only custodian in the school. There
were also some part-time custo-
Leota Nickell, working from
11:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., said, "The
students are much better than last
year's students. "
Whether it was cleaning the
floors or fixing the day's lunch, the
support personnel was too impor-
tant to be forgotten.
WORKING HARD. Vickie Briggs, Della Hogue, and Juanita
Lewis prepare the day's lunch for the students.
SMILING is sophomore April
Valentine after running an er-
rand for secretary Cindy
Support Personnel 119
Abbitt, Scott 82
Ables, Brian 82
Abrams, Ron 96
Addington, Jimmy 82
Aitken, Alex 16, 17, 54, 55
Akers, Kisha 49, 52, 82
Akers, Neva 23, 96
Alexander, Jennifer 96
Allen, Marnie 96
Ambrose, Dawn 96
Amos, Bobby 13, 96
Anderson, Chrys 96
Anderson, Reshinda 82
Andrus, Kevin 48, 49, 52, 96
Angle, Jared 82
Anyi, Jong 96
Armarfio, Anita 96
Armarfio, Aretha 96
Arnett, Frank 96
Arther, Shelley zo, sz, 54, ss,
Ash, Kyle 96
Ash, Tara 96
Ashley, Ryan 82
Atkins, Alex 2
Atnip, Tim 82
Attebery, Ken 52, 82
Austin, Harvey 96
Autery, Kari 52, 55, 82
Authur, Shelly 3
Avery, Ryan 96
Baca, Brian 40
Baca, Frank 82
Bagley, Clay 96
Bain, Angela 96
Baine, Rachal 96
Baker, Brian 82
Baker Edward 82
Baker Laura 82
Baker, Michelle 82
Rose Mary 96
Bale, Brian 82
Ballard, Ronda 49, 96
Baltruch, Lisa 52, 96
Baltrush, Will 82
Bare, Christy 52, 96
Barnard, Meshell 96
Barnes, Andrea 12, 13,
Barnett, Karri 30
Barney, Becky 52
Barren, Lauren 21
Barrera, Laura 52
Barton, Brent 52, 82
Basinger, Kerry 97
Bass, Dean 52, 97
Bateman, D'Ann 82
Bates, Deana 82
Battles, Gary 82
Battles, Ty 97
Beach, Sharla 97
Beachler, Dawn 30, 82
SEASONS GREETINGS. Compliments of Mrs. Ruth Harris QLeslie's
momj for a job well done. She kept the bulletin board by the Counseling
Center decorated throughout the school year.
Beck, Sherri 23, 97
Becker, justin 97
Bell, Angela 97
Belyev, Missy 82
Bennett, Jenny 7, 83
Bennett, Joe 83
Benson, Misti 83
Berfono, Jenny 17
Berg, Becky 6
Bergman, Carrie 30, 52, 97
Berkeley, Matt 3, 33, 97
Berryman, Jodi 21, 97
Bertone, jenny 4, 95, 97
Bethell, Tracie 25, 97
Betts, Amy 11, 49, 55, 97
Bingham, Donna 83
Birch, Lisa 52, 97
Bird, Christi 97
Bird, Dena 83
Bird, Rick 97
Bishop, Natalye 25, 29, 55,
Black, Tamera 83
Blackshire, Reishonda 23, 97
Blackwell, Jeremy 21, 33, 90,
Blackwood, Angie 3, 12, 16,
17, 49, 52, 83, 92.
Blakely, Billy 35, 97
Blasgow, Chad 35
Blatt, Vince 29, 35, 49,97
Blundell, Dennis 29, 83
Boatman, Larry 7, 55
Bobo, Teri 83
Bobzien, Kevin 35, 97
Bolin, Melissa 52, 83
Bollinger, Mike 97
Booth, Jeff 97
Booth, Marisa 83
Boren, Amber 83
Bott, Mike 97
Bovard, Todd 97
Bowles, Brett 83
Bowlus, Debby 97
Boyce, Ed 35, 49, 97
Boyd, Richard 97
Boyd, Tammy 49, 83
Bradley, Teresa 47, 97
Brady, jason 49, 52, 97
Branson, Tina 97
Bray, Bill 21, 97
Broadbent, Jerry 97
Brock, Brandon 28, 29, 35,
Brodie, Brian 97
Brodie, Steven 83
Bronston, Tommy 83
Brown Gena 97
Brown, Jennifer 52, 97
Brown Kathy 83
Brown Kenny 97
Brown Kerri 83
Brown Mr. Roger 55, 92
Brown Richard 83
Brown Roger 2, 54, 81
Brownson, Mike 97
Bruce, jason 84, 97
f r f?-
120 Index gy ,
Brumley, Robert 97
Bryant, Susan 49, 52, 97
Bryars, Christine 20, 83
Buchanan, Paul 97
Buckles, Dana 55, 83
Bufkin, julie 83
Bullard, Traie 83
Bunch, John 83
Buntin, Robert 83
Burch, Lisa 49
Burdett, Kathy 83
Burk, Sharla 97
Burns, Christi 83
Burton, Bonni 97
Burton, Stacy 83
Butler, Marc 97
Butler, Tracey 83
Buzbee, Sheila 97
Cabral, johnny 97
Cagle, Joey 97
Cahill, Pam 83
Callaway, Kirk 82, 97
Cambell, Rebecca 23
Campbell, Greg 49, 52, 97
Campbell, Rebecca 97
Cantu, Alberto 10, 46, 97
Cantu, Debbie 47, 83
Capps, Becky 97
Cargill, Audra 97
Carmen, Richard 83
Carnahan, Kent 35
Carolus, Marjie 83
Carpenter, Sean 98
Carroll, Michelle 83
Carter, jeff 98
Carter, Leslie 83
Carter, Melissa 83
Carter, Toby 35, 98
Cartmill, Ron 28, 29, 42, 83
Cartwright, Richard 98
Cartwright, Shawn 98
Casey, Allen 83
Casey, Sandy 98
Castioux, April 83
Cavett, Mark 98
Centers, Carrie 83
Centers, Quentin 83
Chamberlain, Shayne 6, 7,
Chambers, Michele 23
Chambers, Michelle 55, 98
Chance, Lisa 98
Chandler, James 98
Chapman, Chris 83
Chappell, Steve 83
Chase, Mrs. Karen 25
Chasteen, Larry 83
Chenault, Christian 3, 35, 98
Cho, Sue M 83
Christian, Mr. Fred 33
Clark, J.R. 51, 55, 98
Clark, Tony 98
Clary, Tiffany 21, 98
Claunch, Chalynn 98
Claypool, Barbara 98
Clayton, Gary 27, 83, 88
Clayton, Terry 98
Clifton, November 23, 98
Clink, Shannon 52, 98
Clinton, Alicia 83
Cloud, Randy 3, 35
Cloud, Rhonda 83
Clouse, Shannon 98
Cobb, Burch 98
Cobb, Quinton 21, 98
Cochran, David 83
Cochran, Lisa 98
Cochran, Mark 98
Cochran, Tabitha 83
Codner, Colby 27
Coffey, Dawn 55, 84, 98
Coffey, Paulette 83
Coil, Jennifer 20, 83
Combs, Pam 4, 16, 17, 52
Conder, Coby 98
Coogan, Kelly 83
Cook, Cathy 39
Cook, E.J. 83
Cook, Jason 84
Cook, Kathy 84
Cook, Trinity 84
Cooper, Alecx 20, 84
Cooper, Guy 88
Cooper, Kathy 25, 55
Corcoran, Kristi 3, 6, 7, 11,
49, 84, 98
Corn, Donna 30, 55
Cossey, Barry 35
Cotton, Larry 84
Couch, Jessica 84
Coulter, Chantel 8, 9, 30, 55,
Cowan, Vickie 84
Coy, Jimmie 84
Craig, James 84
Craig, Reva 84
Crawford, Shannon 84
Crawford, Tracy 84
Crisman, Jill Ann 84
Crissman, Jill 10
Crockett, Christy 52
Cynova, Kevin 84
Dacus, David 10, 84
Daffern, Kendra 52
Dallas, Brent 35, 55
Dalthrop, Darrell 21
Daniels, Brian 84
Dauphin, Jack 84
Davenport, Johnnie 55
Davis, Darrin 84
Davis, Karrie 84
Davis, Ken 84
Davis, Kyle 20
Davis, Larry 84
Dean, Jeff 25
Dean, Mike 84
Deckert, Aaron 33, 49
Deeter, Theresa 84
Delaho, Kim 84
Dennett, Beth 52, 55, 84
Depatie, Deborah 27
DeRose, Traci 84
Dittmeyer, Traci 85
Dodd, Kevin 85
Dolan, Robert 85
Donnell, Christopher 21
Donnell, Sean 52, 85
Donnelly, Kristy 30, 81
Dorman, Pamela 25
Douffner, Rena 85
Dowling, Dawn 1, 52, 85
Doyle, Jennifer 1
Drewry, Kelly 49, 52, 85
Dries, Dawn 85
Druzbicki, Joe 85
Dubbs, Jeff 29, 49, 85
Duncan, Stuart 35
Dutton, Daniel 43, 85
Dye, Lisa 3, 85
Eckles, Matthew 85
Elliot, Craig 85
Elliot, Tamara 85
Ellis, Ray 38
Ellis, Robin 85
Elmore, Julie 49, 52
Elmore, Rex 85
Emerson, Cary 35
Ercanbrack, Bobby 85
Estabrooks, Bryan 52
Estep, Holly 85
PRECISENESS I5 ESSENTIAL. Woodworking II student, sophomore
Michael Schane, works on a jointer machine to prepare the edge of the
wood for gluing,
Estes, Susan 47
Evans, Dianne 85
Evans, Jamie 85
Evans, Mark 22, 23, 29, 34,
35, 55, 81, 95, 98
Fahrenthold, Eric 85
Fairchild, Melena 85
Farmer, Jerry 85
Farrell, Teresa 49, 85
Farrow, Melissa 25, 52
Faubion, Jon 85
Faurot, Jim 3
Fellows, Jennifer 10, 70, 100
Few, Travis 18, 35
Fitzgerald, Mike 20, 55, 85
Flacy, Cyndi 85
Flacy, Pam 52, 55
Fleming, Mrs. Becky 23
Flores, Rhonda 85
Flowers, Ruth Ann 85
Floyd, Christy 10
Folks, Pat 42, 84
Ford, Jeanie 85
Forrest, Shane 33
Fortenberry, Deana 85
Foster, Mike 85
Foughty, Carla 30
Fox, Scott 85
Franklin, Carl 13
Frazier, Cheri 8, 9, 30, 55 85
Fuller, Adam 44, 45
Gaddis, Bill 35
Caiski, Patricia 30, 55, 8
Gammill, Stacy 33, 85
C-antz, Randy 20, 85
Gardner, Brent 23
Garoutte, Tim 85
Garrison, Robert 85
Garten, Tina 85
Cates, Brian 35, 55
Cattis, David 20
Gay, Chris 23, 42, 85
Gibson, Shannon 23
Gilles, Jim 35
Glover, Athena 30
Goddard, David 85, 90, 92
Goines, Jayme 42
Gonzales, Winn 29, 34, 35
Gonzalez, Carole 40, 86
Gonzalez, Nayibe 12, 85
Good, Patrick 20
Goodsen, Trooper 29
Gordon, Dace 3, 29, 85
Gordon, Malisa 55
Goucher, Chad 32, 33
Grace, Chris 24, 25, 85
Grace, Shane 25
Gradnigo, Allen 49, 53, 85
Graham, Johnny 20, 85
Grammont, Kasi 25, 49, 52
Grandigo, Allen 52
Green, Brian 85
Green, Jonathan 85
Gregg, Chris 29, 39, 51
Gresham, Jason 25
Griffin, Richard 85
Griffin, Rick 33, 49
Griffith, Kellie 49
Grissom, Lloyd 33, 52
Guidry, Ron 35
Gullion, Shanda 52
Hagerty, Tina 49, 86
Hagstrom, Kim 86
Hahn, Ray 86
Hale, Tina 86
Hall, Jason 33, 86
Hallauer, Debbie 49, 52, 86
Hallauer, Terry 49, 52, 55, 85
Hamilton, Andrea 85
Hamilton, Eric 85
Hamilton, Mike 86
Hankins, Cristi 30, 80
Hannabass, Scott 29, 86
Hannon, Kelly 46
Hansen, Matt 33, 85
Hansen, Ted 29, 86
Haralson, Jeffery 86
Haralson, Ray 86
Hardin, Greg 35, 86
Harding, Ann 11, 48, 49, 52,
Harkema, Michelle 86
Harrell, Kaci 8, 9, 30, 86
Harrill, Lana 86
Harrington, Richard 35, 86
Harris, Charles 86
Harris, Chris 20
Harris, Leslie 2, 6, 16, 17, 86
Hartwig, Nadine 49, 52, 86
Hasson, Colt 27, 86
Hatcher, Sherry 86
Hawkins, Melinda 49, 52, 86
Hawkins, Tom 86
Hawthorne, Jerald 86
Hayden, Edward 21, 86
Hayes, Michelle 86
Helderich, Leslie 86
Hemphill, Scott 26, 27
Henderson, Cristi 6, 87
Henderson, Todd 49, 87
Hendricks, Deanna 52, 87
Herdon, Amy 30, 31
Herdon, Eric 13
Herdon, Matt 20, 35
Herman, Melinda 87
Herndon, Amy 30, 31, 52, 87
Herndon, Matt 20, 34, 35
Hesket, Billy 87
Hicks, Sharon 87
Higgins, Susan 43
Hill, Anthony 49
Hill, Denise 87
Hill, Robin 87
Himes, Kristi 87
Hinderson, Todd 21
Hinson, Andrea 87
Hodgen, Stephinie 2, 87
UCRACKER JACK" CHOIR DIRECTOR? Sophomore Kile Reynolds
leads the freshmen in singing Christmas carols at the Christmas As-
Hodges, James 23, 87
Hoepfinger, Mark 87
Holasek, Travis 87
Holden, John 87
Holland, Jason 20, 87
Holliday, Chris 27, 87
Holmes, Troy 25, 87
Hood, Allyson 87
Hood, Randall 84, 87
Hooper, Mike 36
Hopkins, Steve 87
Hopper, Kim 6, 7
Horner, Donny 87
Howard, Bryan 21, 87
Howard, Lance 49, 52, 87
Howe, Kathryn 3, 6, 7, 12,
54, 55, 87, 96
Howeth, Erica 16, 17, 87
Howk, Denise 87
Huffines, Taira 30, 33, 87
Huggins, Steve 52, 87
Hughes, Robert 20, 87
Hughes, Tonya 30, 31, 87
Hulet, James 21
Hunnicutt, Erika 85
Hunt, Angel 50, 52, 87
Hunt, Mr. Mark 25
Hurd, Irene 87
Hussian, Jeanie 87
Hutson, Kristel 87
Hymer, Jonathan 87
Iacoveli, Theresa 87
lgleheart, Jason 21, 38, 87
II, Danny Towey 20
Iker, Shane 24
Imes, Catherine 23, 52, 87
Jackson, James 87
Jackson, Rayong 87
Jaynes, Angela 87
Jefferson, Chris 21
Jefferson, Paul 87
Jeffries, Tracy 87
Jilge, Todi 23, 87
Jognson, Megan 52
Johnson, Chris 52, 53
Johnson, Kimberly 87
Johnson, Kirk 12, 27
Johnson, Krystal 87
Johnson, Megan 49, 52
Johnson, Michael 20
Johnson, Rick 88
Jones, Joanna 52
Jones, John Allen 87
Jones, Katura 30
Jones, Keno 86
Jones, Kevin 33
Jones, Mr. Alan 21
Jones, Phillip 87
Jones, Tellecia 52
Jones, Tootie 30, 31, 86
Jorges, Jeff 25, 87
Joyner, Erik 52, 87
Jury, Lynnelle 49
Kasheimer, Phillip 87
Keele, Michael 87
Keener, Sherry 23
Keith, Becky 55
Keller, Jason 87
Kelly, Jody 88
Kelly, Selina 52
Kemp, Paul 88
Kendal, Stephanie 6, 88
Kennedy, Chris 49, 52, 88
Kennedy, Kelly 51
Kerchin, Heather 55
Kim, Jun 21, 35, 49
Kimbrough, Lori 30
Kindler, Timothy 20
Kindreck, Scott 21, 88
King, Kimmye 48, 49, 52
Kingsley, Jeff 88
Kirkland, Mike 35
Kirkland, Nevin 23
Kish, Steve 33
Kitchel, Angie 88
Kix, James 88
Klarich, Tiffani 8, 9, 30, 52
Kletke, Marc 88
Kluding, Chris 52
Knight, Steven 88
Knight, Tony 35
Koenig, Brandi 55, 86
Koenig, Kelly 86, 88
Koeninger, John 49, 88
Koorman, Pam 25
Korff, Mrs. Debbie 12
Kriete, Steve 88
Krows, Robert 35
Kurchin, Heather 27
Kyzer, Christopher 88
Laasch, Jennifer 49
Lamaster, Patty 49, 52, 88
Lamb, Scott 52, 88
Lambert, Jerry 88
Lane, Danielle 49, 88
Lang, Keith 23
Lanman, Cindy 52, 88
Larkin, Chris 22, 23, 88, 90
Laughlin, john 88
Lavarnway, Ploye 29,
Leasure, Robby 88
Ledford, Ray 88
Lee Ben 88
Lee Greg 88
Lee, jennifer 30
Lee, Patrick 88
Lee, Robert 88
Legg, Shannon 49
Lenox, james 33
Leroi, Judson 89
Lesher, Shelley 49, 52
Lester, Nyla 50, 54, 55, 89
Lette, Steve 89
Lewis, Eric 20, 89
Lewis, Greg 44, 45
Lightfoot, David 20
Liguori, Gina 49
Listen, Sharon 43
Little, Melissa 52
Little, Randy 89
Littleman, Tawnya 89
Lively, Stephanie 52
Loehle, Damian 89
Lore, Casey 29
Lu, Phuong 49, 89
Lunsford, Chad 55, 89
Lupton, Tresa 3, 16, 17, 55,
Lusby, Melissa 52, 89
Lutterel, Terry 35
Lyda, Marc 89
Lynch, Kim 89
Maddox, Matt 89, 96
Madison, Stormi 3, 89
Magerkurth, Donal 89
Maihos, Sandra 89
Mangus, Russell 89
Mann, David 12
Mann, Mike 89
Marlar, jeff 89
Marr, Kyle 35
Marr, Mr. Kyle 23
Marsh, Tricia 89
Martain, Shawnda 25
Martin, David 89
Martin, jason 13 '
Martin, Shonda 25
Martinek, jason 27
Martinez, Veronica 3, 89
Mason, julie 49, 52, 89
Mason, Kyle 89, 95
Masters, Karen 49, 89
Matthis, Susan 89
Maupin, Lloyd 35, 52
Maxwell, Andrea 16, 17
Mays, Christy 52, 89
McBane, Kathy 89
McBribe, jennifer 89
McCann, Deana 49, 52
McCary, Tammie 89
McCaslin, Kristy 89
McClees, Chris 20
McClure, Sheila 89
McCoombe, Nina 89
McCroskey, jerry 89
McDonald, Kyle 18, 36, 89
McElvany, Sam 5
McFarland, Cheryl 89
McKay, Leslie 41, 52, 53, 89
McKeel, johnny 89
McKeithan, Ms. Lynette 12
McKnight, Kellie 89
McLaughlin, Susan 49
McLearen, Patrick 89
McLellan, Kim 25, 52
McLeod, Mike 89
McQuintty, Dee Dee 42
McQuitty, Diana 25
Meade, Sara 89
Medina, Ezequiel 89
Meek, Shawn 89
Meldrum, Cyndi 89
Meldrum, Heather 16, 17
Melton, Chuck 8, 9, 33, 89
Metcalf, Arron 89
Miller, Chris 52
Minor, Tangy 89
Mitchell, Bryan 10, 89
Mitchell, jennifer 25, 95
Mitchell, Michelle 89
Moffatt, Kathy 52
Moffatt, Matt 21, 49, 52, 53
Monroe, Callie 22, 23
Moore, Margitta 40
Moore, Mark 32, 33
Moore, Mrs. Leanna 30
Moore, Tracy 40
MODIS, TriCia 16, 17, 49, 52
Moran, Bobby 89
Morgan, Jennifer 49, 52, 89
Morgan, Laura 49, 89
Morgan, Lori 89
Morris, Becky 90
Morris, Christy 90
Morris, jennifer 27, 52
Morris, Lee 90
Morris, Samantha 11, 90
Morris, Tim 3, 90
Morrison, Brett 90
Morton, Angela 90
Mosby, Kelly 90
Moss, Bryan 90
Moss, Vanessa 90
Mullins, Michelle 25
Murphy, jina 35
Murphy, Mr. Kevin 26, 27
Murray, joe 90
Muzzy, Chris 24, 25, 90
Muzzy, Scott 25, 33
Myers, Danny 33
Myers, johnie 29, 35
CONCENTRATION ON H15 WORK. Freshman Kevin Andrus, jour-
nalism student, types in a story for the school newspaper on the com-
Nail, David 90
Nance, Nathan 35
Neece, Stephanie 43, 90
Nelms, Chris 49
Newsom, jennifer 30, 31, 90
Nguyen, Hung 90
Nguyen, Phong 49
Nguyen, Van 6, 7, 28, 29, 51
Nice, Becky 49, 52
Nickles, joe 35
Nickles, Terry 20, 29
Nicks, Brian 49, 52, 90
Nusbaum, Tamera 52
Oakey, Justin 29
Oathout, Pat 6, 8, 9, 20, 32,
Oh, Young 52, 90
Olsen, Thomas 29
Onspaugh, Dawn 90
Osborne, Kyle 90, 92, 95
Owens, David 90
Owens, Travis 90
Owens, Trey 88
Ozuna, Guale 90
Padgett, Randy 90
Pak, Won 90
Parker, Kristie 91
Parks, Crystal 6, 7, 8, 30, 80,
Parsons, Karen 7
Parsons, Peter 20
Patterson, Heather 27
Payne, Mike 91
Peck, Dallas 91
Peetz, john 86
Perryman, Terry 12, 13, 91
Peters, Elizabeth 91
Peterson, Mike 52, 91
Petrakis, Nickie 2, 10, 91
Pettigrew, Wendi 91
Pham, Theirl 4, 22, 23, 33, 35
Phillips, Brandon 21, 91
Phillips, Michael 20
Pickens, Jamie 3, 7, 11, 91
Pierce, Brian 33
Pigg, Mike 47, 91
Pittenridge, Bryan 91
Plumlee, Raye 91
Poovey, Dina 91
Porter, Paul 21, 35
Potter, Suzanne 91
Price, Becki 91
Proctor, David 91
Proffer, Danny 91
Puckett, Randy 6, 7, 18, 54,
Pulliam, Heather 52, 91
Pulver, Jenny 91
Purvine, Bobbi 30, 91, 92
Puryear, Mae 91
Queen, Mike 91
Rainer, Kathy 3, 49, 91, 98
Rainer, Kevin 91
Raper, Scott 6, 33, 92
Ray, Sabrina 52, 91
Rayborn, Brenee' 10
Record, Paulette 49
Reed, Amy 52, 91
Reed, Danny 20, 35
Reed, Greg 20, 35
Reed, Michelle 91
Reeves, Dale 91
Reeves, Leslie 91
Reynolds, Kile 8, 13, 91
Reynolds, Tracy 49, 52
Reynolds, Travis 21, 52, 91
Rhodes, Andrea 84
Rhodes, Jeff 91
Rhodes, Kellie 91
Rhodes, Mark 20
Rhodes, Michelle 91
Rice, Mark 91
Richardson, Kevin 3, 5, 12,
Richardson, Patrick 91
Richardson, Tammy 22, 23
Sanders, Jennifer 91
Sandersfield, Brian 91
Sandersfield, Scott 91
Sands, Roy 35
Schafer, Michelle 52, 91
Schane, Michael 20, 91
Schaub, Char 92
Schlenhuber, Mark 92
Schrader, Jason 19, 27, 41, 9
Schwartz, John 81
Schwartz, Melissa 23, 92
Sebrant, Randy 92
Seimens, Rhonda 95
Selby, Chris 3, 20
Richmond, Becca 10, 70, 107
Rider, Jarred 91
Rivera, Marco 49
Roberts, Patrick 91
Roberts, Wayne 52
Rodgers, Julie 12
Roe, Kelly 21, 91
Rogers, Stacy 91
Roman, Manuel 20, 35, 98
Romanello, Gina 30
Ronck, James 8, 9, 33
Ronck, Jeff 8, 9, 32, 33
Rosas, Chris 91
Rose, Kevin 21
Rosier, Dawnita 91
Ross, Pamela 91
Rumsey, Monty 6, 7, 23, 34,
Russ, Matthew 20, 91
Rutledge, Shawna 8, 30, 54,
Ryan, Jeff 23
Safrit, Brian 52
Samples, Kim 91
Sanders, Janelle 25
Severs, Michelle 92
Seynour, Jeff 33
Shaler, Dedra 49
Sharp, Kenny 92
Sharp, Salem 23
Sharp, Winston 92
Shaub, Char 10
Sheek, Scott 35
Sheffield, Brandi 33, 92
Shelton, Scott 23, 92
Shepherd, Kendra 10, 25
Shields, Kristie 92
Shields, Toni 92
Shoaf, Bill 46
Shoop, Jennifer 24, 25, 92
Shotwell, Jeanette 46, 70, 71,
Siemens, Ronda 2, 49, 92
Silbernagel, Jennifer 92
Silva, John 92
Simmons, Julie 11, 27
Simmons, Lisa 6, 7, 25, 35
Simmons, Tina 92
Simpson, Jennifer 8, 49, 92
Simpson, Mike 92
Simpson, Toby 6, 7, 18, 21,
Sing, Jackie 33
Singleton, Jennifer 92
Skinner, Carrie 8, 9, 30
Slayter, Richard 92
Sloan, Christy 52
Tiffany 21, 93
UP AND OU'I1 Freshman Kirk Johnson is in the middle of a triple
backtwist during the Talent Show as sophomore Kevin Richardson
explains Kirk's performance.
Sloan, Leslie 92
Smeaton, James 92
Smith, Alan 92
Smith, Andrea 52
Smith, Carla 92
Smith, Cyndi 92
Smith Heather 52
Smith Jimmy 93
Smith Karyn 25, 93
Smith Kenny 93
Smith, Leslie 93
Smith, Mike 3, 35
Smith Rodney 93
Smith, Sheree 25
Smith, Stacy 93
Smith, Stephanie 49, 52
Sniadoski, Carrie 21
Snider, Jason 28, 29, 93
Snider, Melinda 93
Snook, Kevin 93
Snow, Janene 25
Sochor, Tiffany 23
Sorrell, Cad 93
Southard, Mrs. Janet 23, 30
Southerland, Tony 20, 28, 34
Southern, Billy 93
Souza, Keith 93
Spell, Darsha 21
Spell, Tonya 93
Spence, Pete 93
Spicer, Clay 35
Staats, Luke 44, 45, 93
Stafford, John 18, 46, 93
Stalcup, Stacie 93
Standard, George 6
Stanton, Steve 93
Starr, Mr, Ron 29
Starrett, Kelly 93
Start, Robby 35
Stearns, Renee 93
Stephens, Jennifer 52
Stephens, Shelia 93
Stephenson, Lourie 23, 93
Stephenson, Tim 20, 93
Stidham, Mike 33, 93
Streeter, Chris 93
Strong, Kellie 2, 30
Suhm, Karen 23, 49, 93
Sullivan, Cyndi 46, 93
Summerfield, Jared 21, 93
Summers, Tony 35
SunEagle, Danna 30, 93
Sutherland, Tony 35
Sutter, Robert 33
Sutterfield, Travis 93
Swisher, Jennifer 52, 93
Swisher, Kyle 41, 52, 93
Talaswaima, Shannon 93
Taliaferro, Michelle 93
Talkington, Reggie 93
Tarkington, Shannon 12, 49,
Taylor, Bruce 24, 25, 93
Teague, Shawn 27
Tener, Jennifer 93
Thein, Gyla 25
Thomas, Tammy 10, 16, 17,
Thomas, Tracie 93
Thompson, Amy 6, 7, 30, 52,
Thompson, Becky 30
Thompson, Marcus 93
Thompson Michelle 93
Mrs. Anna 21
Thornton, Timothy 20
Timmons, Charles 93
Tiner, John 27, 93
Tiner, Richard 27
Trotter, Tiffany 92, 93
Truner, Jeffery 21
Tucker, Derreck 23
Tyson, Karen 1
Vacus, David 98
Valentine, April 33, 49, 52,
Vanetten, Tommy 93
Vargas, Jeannette 93
Varner, George 93
Varner, Robert 93
Vaughn, Nicky 93
Vaught, Jennifer 30
Vinyard, Keith 20
Vos, David 20
Wasik, Paul 23
Waterman, Jennifer 49, 52,
Waters, Joe 6, 35
Waters, Shane 94
Watson, Donna 49, 94
Watson, Ronnie 94
Weaver, Sunny 25, 94
Webb, Jim 94
Weeks, Jennifer 49
Weigle, Mr. Harvey 29
Welch, Amy 42, 49, 52
Welch, Jeff 94
Wells, Debbie 19, 23, 94
West, Amy 2, 3, 80
West, Stephanie 94
Weum, Tina 52
Whatley, Troy 94
Whish, Kim 16, 17, 94
White, Brandy 94
White, Kimmie 35
White, Larry 49
While, Mike 27, 49
Wade, Trey 49, 52, 93
Wadkins, Patrick 93
Waggoner, Erin 93
Wagner, Dylan 33
Wagner, Marla 21, 49, 52
Whitefield, Jerry 35
Whiteside, Scott 94
Whitten, Dustin 94
Whyte, Stacie 49, 94
Wiggins, Jennifer 30, 38, 94
Robin 40, 52, 94
Shaunna 90, 94
Wall, Chris 25, 94
Wall, Mrs. Estle 25
Wall, Trevor 33, 94
Walterscheid, Dee Dee 94
Walton, Eric 20, 94
Wanner, Stan 94
Ward, Belynda 23, 94
Ward, Wendy 94
Wardle, Dori 94
Warford, Mr. Phil 25
Warhun, John 94
Warnisher, Joanne 94
Washington, Robert 28, 29,
Wiley, Glen 94
Wilkerson, Lori 49, 52, 94
Williams, Candi 94
Williams, Donella 94
Williams, Leah 30
Williams, Marla 94
Williams, Wes 94
Wilmeth, LeAnn 22, 23
Wilson, Brian 33, 94
, Donnie 94
, Joe 33
Wilson, Kelli 94
Wilson, Melissa 94
, Steve 25, 47, 52, 94
, Wendy 23
Wiltse, Bryan 8, 9, 32, 33, 49,
SWEEPINC IT UH' Sophomore Chris Streeter takes his turn sweeping
Wingerson, Jodie 94
Winn, Kisa 94
Winner, Brandi 30
Wint, Melissa 94
Wise, Michelle 27, 49,
. , J
r 'is A .
fi-if, ' A
TAKE A LOOK AT ME NOW ..., Sophomores Tiffani Klarich and
Taira Huffines model the latest fashion glasses while doing a lab in
Mrs. Willingham's 2nd hour.
-we ..,. L .
Wolfe, Misty 30
Wood, Laura 33, 94
Woodrum, Michelle 94
Woods, Dana 94
Woods, Larry 86, 98
Woodward, Karen 5
Wooten, Nicole 52
Worthen, Trent 23
Worthen, Tyler 94
Wright, Kim 1, 94
Wright, Mr. Craig 20
Wright, Stacy 94, 96
Yi, Jong An 23
Yost, Travis 28, 29, 34, 3
Young, Archie 2, 54
Young, Charles 94
Young Farrell 94
Young Kelly 94
Young Lois 52, 94
Young Micah 49
Young, Stephoney 95
QW p 4 .
y , . e all dreamt of
t 5 places we would
like to go. Some of us may
have the fantasy of going to
the moon or would settle for
Paris. F c r
When some students were
asked iwhat theiri fantasy
summer vacation would be,
we received some pretty out-
rageous answers. So just re-
member as you dread, , that
they are only fantasies,
Freshman Todd iHender-
son's fantasy is to sprint to
California in twov hours,
swim underwater all the way
to Tahiti in thirty minutes,
e e, as W 1 . ,Z,a I
'Vri 9 i
4 'VV, 5
"SEE YA in ,,ya'Tahiti, Sweetielmysays freshmanlTodd V 'A
126 Closing r
Stayffor two gnionth,s, and Y
theengswim backl A
Tammie McCary,i sopho-
more, would like to drive, 'til
she hits water andfthen jet
ski to China. She, will stay for
about three monthseand, jet
skifliack, 'til shefhits land.
Then she'll drive , back to
Sophomore Teresa Farrell
wants to be ablefto ,snap her
fingers and 'fBLNGQ"- be T
skiing down the Alps. This f
little trip will only take her
one second, but she will stay
there 'til she meets a hand-
some man. , T l ,
as f3QPhOIT10fBe, Kyle jMcDon-
aldfsfantasy isto ride horse:
back to the coast of Florida.
Then he will take a subma-
rine to the :Bahamas He
wants to stayrthere as long as
possible. He -will get back 'tp
theiacoast by havingtwo beaufs
tiful girls paddle Tin a canoe.,
Then he will have a chauf-
fered limo waiting to drive
him back to Oklahoma.
f Computer Literacy -teacher:
Sharon Liston wants ,to ride a
snowmobile ,to Switzerland
until she runs out of money
lalthough it will take a life-
time to get, therel, p
CIDDY UP, SILVER! Sophomore Kyle,McDonald rides r
off to meet his submarine. E ' V I '
C-'wsu Y-T: EK TM:-'W
A-4 My F
., 1. tr
I I 41
ze gba ,sq
Z H K6 A' bf 'L 4 I f as V is
4' ,Lf I W ,F f'
9 Q Y Mi M' wp L
Swv ,z ww aw ,4 V is
faS"o042w14aSwfQ 1Of,-'E 54 ZQ A 4 H
2 " iQz.v".,p9gvfv-Qvggiafkffagfggf 1 H4 4
' V 4'MfQffbQp 40 Q9-V59
4 4 f,s5S9Qx?ieggf?gxQ55gb44,b?5b5e?f'14
P M N 41"ifO 0x0qfQ'9'xQ?Q,?42 5
Kos rf e
pw we QX-30?-,ig fo 'efsnilf
Y 4 442
, ,,.xQ'9,fog"k Q
4 4 , xf24f3Mf41 4
4 W, XQ Q 4
4, ie. 1,4 q
4 4 g,oQv0'jfvw'f' J '44 4 M4 5 q5j"4h4 4
fr BYO? X965 A it 4.,v 4,-D17
, ,UN1 ing? ,, M Q, ww: 400101-4, 1. 4 4,
-EM sav' 4 ,4 4, Y' 41714 ,
N Q49 QQ Rf fl 4 A b G? M L x is
ffS4,ewef, 4 M ,"'fff-.fp ' l V
, 4 -
4, 4, , V
A 4 x fA 1'
N V ' ,A W
-. wlx 'V 2 4 7
7 5 M, '
Q , , , , ' 1
ww I -Q J . nk V V 4
fa' A -M lvvl .v1, Z MM
, A 1 ,-
.,, 'Q K
gf 4444 4
ri 44A 4, K,
4 , ' r
4 my A
+1 W5 Q, v'.1,4 5' h w W
79115 A6620 Q :Wes
89,125 Iq,gafVcH, 4 ffso LONG PAL"Asay sophomoiestBqb- ' A W 4 Q X dyeovw
xg A U75 CA mhnpcffg by Moran and Ryan Sleghmerq r Q V f' 2 ra -H' -2 . vices? .
M V 5 U' - 'afnvf 'md' 61? ' m - V 4 W -A 4 'Z :Vey Wie'
F7 . 'Ry -9r L
K' ' .a4b'5' s ap Sl: SOPI7
mlfe '71 ON
Dkzfx 'P el'
1 EQOA Q
4 IL4- AL , N M ,,
q'B15g0gX2i95 4 Q4 4 '
4 4QcQ1fssing4 117 4
,Q 1, as 'X Q A ag
. 4 , ,,
4 ,,.. ., Q v
Final ' fa aa 5 . O
We would like to thank the principals,
teachers, and coaches for letting us inter-
view or take pictures of students during
classtime. Without their cooperation, it
would have been difficult to meet some
of our deadlines. Also, we would like to
thank them for letting us out of class
sometimes to work on yearbook.
Also, thank to Mrs. Kathy Moffatt for
letting some of her students help us get
some of our copy typed and also for let-
ting us use her typewriters when all of
ours were being used.
These members of the newspaper staff
and journalism class helped us with ei-
ther trying to put the index onto the
computer disc or with pictures: Jason
Brady, Greg Conder, Nyla Lester, Rich'
ard Harrington, Kayla McCoy, Tim
Morris and Julie Simmons.
A great help in many ways were all
three of Mrs. Shotwell's photography
Photography students who helped us
with pictures in any way were: Jeff Dean,
Tashai Johnson, Debbie Robertson, Julie
Simmons, Tony Southerland, Jeff Jorges,
Paul Kemp, Pat Lee, Kile Reynolds,
Chrys Anderson, Christy Floyd, Tracy
Reynolds, Tina Simmons, Rick Dyer,
Clay Hall, Mike Newcomb, Joani Shel-
ton, and Shannon Slayter.
A special thanks goes to Mrs. Wilma
Lupton, tTresa's moml for providing soft
drinks for us and bringing us the pizzas
we ordered for lunch during a Saturday
Also, Wilma and Bob Lupton designed
the small dice and made plenty of copies
so that one could be used at the bottom
of each page.
Matt Kutch, our Josten's representa-
tive, and Bob Vukas, our representative
at the the Josie-n's plant in Topeka, were
of invaluable help to us throughout our
We would also like to thank our advis-
er, Mrs. Jeanette Shotwell, for helping us
with this yearbook. She was willing to
work on Saturdays with us and after
school when necessary.
Thanks to those freshmen and sopho-
mores who were on this year's staff. We
all learned something about teamwork,
responsibility, and dedication when it
comes to getting a project such as this
In closing we would like to thank any-
one else who may have helped in some
'87 Cub Yearbook Staff
128 Closing WAITING FOR THE CROWNING.
Girls basketball players and wres-
tlers were introduced at the Winter
Festivities before the crowning of the
SURVIVINC THE RAIN. Students
run from class to class to keep from
getting wet on those rainy days!
Co-Editors: Jennifer Simpson Melinda
Photographers: Larry Chasteen Melissa
Schwartz Tina Simmons Charles Young.
Staff: Sherry Andrews Jennifer Craig Bryan
Estabrooks Jennifer Fellows Becca Rich-
Kristi Corcoran Kim Delaho Tresa Lupton
Patrick McLearen Jamie Pickens Kathy
Rainer Jeff Welch Troy Whatley.
Adviser: Jeanette Shotwell
mond, Reshinda Anderson, Marjie Carolus,
I I I
"Were on a Roll" was cho-
sen for this year's yearbook
The yearbook stafffs inter-
pretation for this theme is that
everyone at Central is doing
great and moving on toward
We do not intend to pro-
mote gambling. Dice were
used as part of the artwork for
the theme to go along with the
The number on the dice
equalling ten signifies that
Central has been a mid-high
for ten years.
Suggestions in the Moore Central Mid High School - Cub Yearbook (Moore, OK) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.