Mounds High School - Annual Yearbook (Mounds, OK)

 - Class of 1987

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A :Q Mol INDS we OKLAHOMA A we 5151-Yr t , 3. of -f sw, ' I ' Q Q"-. iff! -it ' Qvyb' Vffi A 'Q-'qiiiffvi ff. Russell Nightingale Q , 5teveQNgwberxEy?+3t. Q4:y5Rgt,q1s.gg,aLzfN 1.4--A' 'H f ,J:'f'.Xwx. t"lEsv1v'?5 W new N f+:w:!'f"-'L Nix eff t x f ,9,,.'f53f?f" ikxezs-Ps TABLE OF CONTENTS Student Life Academics People K-11 Seniors Activities Sports Student Life Administration Facultyfsupport Ads PS 2 pg 18 pg 26 pg 48 P8 64 pg 80 pg 102. pg 111 pg 112 pg 114 "Only yesterday! Was I that small child who looked up at the whole world and waited - waited to grow up! Or was I the senior who was at the top of my public school education!" One thing we learned at Mounds this year was that time didn't stand still. Mounds schools and students moved up and forward. We were busy and active - in the classroom and out. We looked upward and strove to excel in all we attempted. Teachers challenged us and we worked hard to accept the challenge. We saw new buildings go up, and our campus expand. 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Album Candy bar Canned soft drink Concert ticket Qaverage pricej School lunch Unleaded gas Regular gas McDonald's V4 pounder VCR rentals Movie ticket Wranglers Levis George Strait T s big shirts 6: sweater vests Christy 6: Kim s favorites . . f 1 1 - . , . 58.97 .40 .50 515.00 .50 .71 .68 51.30 S2-3.00 si-5.00 Harmony, Stephanie, and Belinda believe style." Fashions in '87 reflected personal in dressing "in choice. Popular choices included the big sweater and undershirt, Lee baggies, unlaced tennies, paisley shirts, white casual pants, flats, mini-skirts in jeans fabrics, and ankle socks. Our young ladies are dressed with class. . . it Q . .- in ik if Y 'twig 'zz Swatches brooches big hearts ter was the fashion this year. beads and bracelets - the more the bet: Stylish suspend scene once again. , A.-,K ers hit the fashion +++++++++++++++++++ ++++ Banana combs, Boz, and the bob were hot on the list for hair fads. From elemen- tary all the way UP to sen- iors, Mounds students ex- pressed themselves with many different styles. . K. halls daily. Wrestling boots, colored flats, 8: tennies without laces are only a few of the foot fads that walked the Susan Shannon 8: Sherry dressed up in some of the most faddish styles around. Skirts ranged from mini s all the way to near-the-ankle usually in jean or knit fabrics of almost any color W topped these off with some- thing big and comfy or lay- ered a sweater vest over a fa- vorite blouse. "We were on our way to class with style!" FAVORITES Group: Huey Lewis 8: The News Song: Love in Any Language ++++++++++++++ Male Singer: George Strait Female Singer. Madonna Hang out: Sapulpa Cruz T.V. Show: "Bill Cosby Show" Movie: "Top Gun" Color: Blue Pastime: "Party" Food: Pizza fir Whether it was baggies or crop pants, they came in all colors and styles. 1 Big button down shirts are hot on Fourth graders hke fads tool Mitt 585385l0l0iddlllYnCCC55lflCSil1d the scenes at Mounds even in the P0 POP accessonze nearly any outfit Todd Lenard S ns a urn hah fashion. a pair ofrpretty flats to take one to class smaller versions as worn by Misty i +++++++++++++++++++ TIE!! TOEIC GOES' TIIZ EIDE!! ,QW . . iff? E' "--"'.I'l'l M311 1 EE Ks 3 4 HG E755 8:45 - First hour begins. What you might not realize is that al- most three hours of work have already taken place in order to insure that Mounds students have the best for the day. The custodians have done last min- ute cleaning, cooks are prepar- ing breakfast and getting sup- plies ready for the noon meal, bus drivers are pulling busses into line for the morning runs. A lot of work goes into making a school system run smoothly. 1ew "I look leikeithis, and theres no ear- ly band today? fi s l W to r y s x , My ffw,w'ff,fA 'ER W 5 - 'L 4 A . ' H ww, smekra - .. ' , ' A . M we-we ' V? ff f I x. ff! 'I 'rf ET 'rr ' -q.4v.........M,t ' K Q -3 Iv' 4 . . Q iis' . J typp ptty i , Q t fs. Though daylight in this photo, Mr. Vo Tech students like Craig have t Cumbey usually begins before dawn. get up early to catch iiii the bus. T ' f A 0141222 my mlm' HT fffouwf XY "We walked a hundred miles to get "Is this where I get off?" ,L u,,f?f3xuig9?'! ma 1 1, here." 'I can't wait to get ahold of those teachers today. I got something special planned." or I a-Q- W 1 . Qi. A M F3 it ',,' ' igf 5 Q. .... it ,X I era. Mr at er , 1 ggi .kk,Vk :X X ,araw.rr:.!f.t,, V s.:k.: K . of .ri ' g A - ,:t. S M R 2 ' rrit.s . I I S is 1',, I 4 -I ..'r kukkh . aff I '- I r Iee I .aa I 'Thanks, Mom. See you after "A good bike beats walking any day!" "I hope I brought enough school. I got to go play." food for snack time today. ,EOEIIZIQY Lockers are home away from home and like one's bed- room, they reflect a personality. What do you want to bet that Jeri Ramey's bedroom is as neat as her locker Qup er leftl. On the other hand, what would Renee Harris' locker flower ri htl say about her bedroom? A trip down the halls an a peek into lockers reveal half-eaten sand- wiches empty Coca Cola cans missing text books that haven t been seen since the first day of school pictures of old andfor new boyfriends and last week s test notes that couldnt be found when they were needed. One thin is sure- lockers are one place where students can be ree from parents telling them to clean it up or else Well that may be true until someone s bulging locker finally bursts open and the old locker check is the first thing on the agenda for the next day EZTWZZA! 639 525' Between classes is a time for friends to say "I need to talk to you" or "wait for me after class" or "write me a note about what happened last hour." Students think of between classes as social time when they catch up on all that's gone on the past hour or what happened last night. Any time the sounds of Mr. Campbell or Mr. Paullus "counseling" a student resound throughout the halls, there will be a dash out the door between classes to get the low-down on who, when, or why. Changing classes from one building to another also gives students more opportunity to be free from the eyes and ears goffspies. Not many students will forget the "interesting" mo- ments spent between classes. it i 4 tart ' f ,W 3 f' wmv- ti., 5 fy. hi , a HU 47' Y 3 1 2' ,,.nwMW' mm"'t' Vlr I i fllflffll TM!! IS' "It's the real thing!" "Caught in the act! No one is safe who brings whole wheat bread sandwiches to school!" Did you ever look around the campus during lunch time? I mean really look around! One quick glance revealed students doing dozens of different things. There were students studying if you can believe Made you want to run and get a book too, huh? In another area groups congregat- ed to discuss the very latest "whatever". Still others cast alluring glances in the hopes of catching a new boy or girl friend. The pace' was a little slow on high school level. Elementary students never walked anywhere. Lunch time: where did. all the time go? IT WAS NEVER LONG ENOUGH! i "Well, I guess I ' v e d 0 n e enough damage to this for one day." "Next time I l instead of SOMETIMES LUNCH TIME IS STUDY TIME! Left: "That math can make the best of 'em bite the dust." Below: "If you do your work when you're supposed to, then you can play King of the Mountain like us." fizfjqfi "Lunch time is just too much to cope with. After all, I'm only a teen." "I promise we're not smuggling food into the building!" M164 TM!! A U... 722IZ1W! 0 Z 'IOIZZVZPQ . . . "Friends laugh together so others will wonder what's going on," say Tanya 8: Shannon. What are friends? Friends are listening boards, shoulders to cry on, and good buddies. Friends are always there when you need them and always care Y ' in 1 when problems arise. Mounds School has more than Cfofqegvf' ,, its share of friends. . , wg . . , as . . f w ,k ,,, W any 'f rf, .. I . -' - . S ,N ,nw 5- W I K A gk - f- is -Swish F' -. me .r.. ii., ,,, , . W -if . ss . , f .s it - . ---" ' " w. 'mm . I - e f .. - ' t-.iii ,, ,. fi-15:"k K -S EL ,Q ' t? ' ' 11 .1 s fa g , t . if tit" K it... : r i b ' .W S K asf- is :io .. -V - .X v...w-ee ii r. . Ms-tr, A -ef? . V V 5.1.-if Z -1 5 r. . Q 1 X se' it N - 45 3 t 'Q Q Q X Q at KX 3 is it X it use X ist s sftriij - K .ig "Friends share the "Friends love to have their "I've had a rough day on the range so don't mess with spirit of Mounds pictures taken. Take mine, me. If you know what's good for you, you'll be my School." please, please, please!" friend, pard - ner, or I'll have to shoot ya!" lqlllp ZVZI2 3090'- L I2- 'M -ng ,Q Friends help each other with home- Don't look at us, we're only talking work and share secrets too. about the --- game! Friends help each other: "I need a book report. Have you seen the movie that matches this book?" 6 Q , f we f f f , ,.., ' , f' " 6 .j . 'tilt-Y ' . v 4 - rsgg,i,ggg4,. .ff:p,l A, flij . r F r ee I ,,.. ,Li , R Wim ' mam .M 1 . :N ,f ,,a,u ,,-,fz4,,yQ4"" ' I "mlm ,g, ,,I,,,g:,,g,f1f,,1f,pw ,, , ,,,1,f-ewref , Q1 -c:f1fwfe:g,m, '- r V ,,L , .. 1 2 - - , . ' If ,,,, ii r. ,fx f 2 , y Q fa H . w M ' I L i 'X O' A-N --1 f Sli 4 'fe -SW V, . j M1111 l The bell sounds, and they're off! With new-found energy, once-lethargic stu- dents burst from classrooms all over the campus to long-awaited after-school pleasures. Their ener ies UP and mov- ing, it's off to see w at activities will make the day complete! QAbove and Leftl "Hi Ho! Hi Ho! I1 on to home we go!" Home-to z kinds of wonderful adventures. lBelowj Chuck combines homewox and a job. i E if fRightJ Steering through various turns 8: straight-aways, Richard Legg enjoys the popular video game "Hang-On" at Barber's while friends Wayne and Melis- sa stand by to cheer him on. Barber's Superette is the after-school stop for a bag of munchies, a bottle of pop, and conversation. 'Vw lAboveJ School is such hard work that Scott, Brian, Ricky, and Terry find the first convenient place to re- lax and clear their heads of all those "unimportant" things-like math. ff'-rv ff ll Q4 IM: 4 S' SQ e .96ZfVZ.S'l A great school on the way UP happened over night! Right?? Wrong!! It took many hours behind the scenes to keep our school running and to achieve success in all areas. Whether it was scholastic achievements, sports, or extra-curricular activities, Mounds students fe put forth their best efforts and made our school 4? 1. IJZJIIW 7,912 :, I K . M XX Vki' F if i haw, A lot of preparatron is necessary behind the scenes to get a good team on the way UP! Cheerleaders work after school posting UP some school spirit for the Mounds vs Uilton football 4V,:V game which WHS Wee IA: later won by the s Q Devils. gave the flag girls a great ' 'l m' 1 'lll 4 QI, 'W M ' ---, fr .--. . lf css-c e y I ififiiisii- .. . 1 Sei? 3 S of 1 s as K r In fi S U' fy ,sri , 1 'ff M,.s,?, 1 13. fs. it-132132 1 ,. , Ji 'fs3?3?i4:f'1i " ' g sm 432 7' ' is 6 K Ubi lil? fr X g 234, gf- sf is VA l 2 as js t VV G, ,off K: ain, sleet, sunshine, or snow: the cooks tade the lunchroom the place to go. Kid zz. j f,1 .EE ,, ,Wink if W '47 1 'Yr ,Alf 6 ,Q-fl ,. 3 , f .6 , fe V M .Q Q J Z, 2' 'av "life W . H A iw V nj ' ve, an , Q lc- ' We turned on the light to show you what Dus- tin does in the dark . . room! Mis if .tug .4 5 '21 , p -s J ,f - r .sa t it if-2' g ,M intra, E W' Mama-.w 74,Gh A R. The long hours of sweat md ,?Qil,,,pQ?3lh?,, Prasfifs field began in Auglg 'rar Htl? Mounds varsity. After-school practices continued well be- yond the regular class day. After a long losing record, this moment in the dressing room after the season's first victory made all the pain and agony worthwhile. This vic- tory was only a stepping stone to a season that was UP all the way! S 1? , 'xii 1 :if 1 35' 5,22-.s 2321: , f WA. I 125 j Ixlylx 'X 1 " 252 wg! , F 2 1E' P 2 122' Vg 1 ,iq ' x 4 ll"'H' -F EH" E lgikwl'-. 5 1. X ..-4? W- W H"n - wwf 1 5? 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Left: Computers come in handy when doing the V V newspaper, Middle right: Kindergarteners love art V work. Bottom left: This will be a new dress - someday! Bottom right: Believe it or not -- they really do work in shop class. W X 5 ss - Hard work results in many rewards. Sometimes it's immediate fa freshly-baked cookiel, and sometimes it's long-range tpassing an important testj Top left: "It's hard to keep your mind on studying when tl'1ere's more important things going on!" Right: What's this in the muffin? It's moving!" Bottom left: "Mrs. UpCIhurch, how do you get flour out of your ear?" Bottom right: "Is that the stuff you get off your teeth? I hope it doesn't multiply! It could take over the world," THE THIRST PUR KNOWLEDGE Lx - sig? YXZL3 shi f 41 Z u A G 3 I-IGULD LAST A LIFETIME awry 5' , ,, 4, .M - ,,-'f,, .,,,, , A? To move UP the ladder of success, knowledge has to be at the foot of the ladder. However, all work and no play makes school awfully dull. Let's think of some of the fun times: flfar leftj Have you ever thought about your pencil? Does it shrink as you grow older or what? fThose pencils are giants to kindergartenerslj Your pencil for penj provides hours of pleasure and can actually help you think! Is it helping any, Crystal and Regina?J It for the lack of itj can also cause pain! fBen, does Mr. Greeson know?l Where do you go When7heTaenTpeEilEivE ol The library! It not only has pencils but other supplies. First hour had housecleaning duty CShake that feather duster, Michelle!! in order to make the library a great place to study for classes like eighth grade English. QRight, Dereklj So, in the years to come, when you think of school, think of classtime as a happy, learning experience - an experience that can never be repeated again! Knowledge comes from doing. These groups used their heads and hands to become win- ners. ltop leftj "I think these are the components for a stink bomb. Do I dare try it?" ttop right! Each summer Mrs. UpChurch helps sponsor girls who collect for cystic fibrosis. Qleft-rightl Mrs. UpChurch, Mary Bryant, Debbie McGee, Amy UpChurch, April Wykoff. And then we have the group who learns by osmosis. fOsmosis - an apparently effortless absorption of ideas, feelings, attitudes, etc.j These participants shall be unnamed in an effort to protect their identity. Can YOU name them? Mounds students showed their knowledge at the OU College of Engineering Competi- tion: tleft to rightj Chris Simonds Ord Com- putersl, Damon Ellis, Jeff Miller, Bobby Godsey 11st Computersj, Ineta Bell 13rd Biol- ogyj, Carl McDonald, Chuck Stinnett. HAPPINESS IS LEARNIN E M 4, , lk' 'U 'E j s - .mf Take a classroom of students, a good teacher, and a desire to learn and you have Mounds School. But, just when we thought we would have some serious pages, people became funny. Weird faces seem to be a standard form whenever yearbook staff shows UP. They appear in every class and at every level. Once again, we won't print names, but we know you know who they are! QTop rightj "We're ready to learn teacher!" 1Middle rightj These first grade Indians came to lunch on Thanksgiving, and did they ever enjoy it. More importantly, they learned about why we celebrate Thanksgiving and even made their own costumes. Bottom: Career Day at Mounds allowed juniors and seniors the opportunity of visiting with various college representatives as well as recruiters from the Armed Services. I AV A ,Y ss ' 4 a ,,.,, ,,. Mg, au.. E.. f THE FUN W Y! - i , ,ff KX Q e Z3 lm !! ,,,. ' , V, A in ' , ' ttop leftj "IF you give us a quarter, we'll smile for you." ' '15 I ' ltop centerj "This is what you little kids will look like t Y, EFZEV years from now - educationally interested students eager Aivv to learn. Don't we look eager?" . ttop rightj 'We know when to be quiet and study - when Q? 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"How far is it to Hollywood?" "Don't ask me to smile too much." "Wait, I want in the picture!" "I'll show you how to do a cheer!" Mounds students do more than just reading, 'riting, and rithmetic. Many students have special talents or spend their free time in special activities. In these pages we want you to meet just a few of Mounds' interestin students and learn S how they spend their free time. fBelowD Zac Mosely, a talented fifth grader, spends all of his spare time drawing or dreaming about draw- ing. He's very proud of his uncle who also draws and showed him different techniques. Zac's mother commented, "We knew it was time to give him crayons and paper when he drew all over the wall." Zac's interest was further whetted by his kindergarten teacher who encouraged him to draw a toy. Zac chose to do a stuffed toy, and he's been moving UP to more difficult pictures ever since. QR1ghtj Lisa Cole, sophomore, knew when she was two that s1ng1n was for her. She made her public debut at age 8 V2 when her brother bribed her with twenty dollars to sing at a flea market. Lisa says it took her two years to get the twenty dollars, but it was worth it. She next san at Mounds and astounded us with her taFents. Since then she has sung and won at "Show Biz" and "Lowe's Country Music" in Branson, Missouri. Her favorite style is op country, and we at Mounds know there's only one way fjor Lisa to go - UP! MCU DS STUDE TE KAboveJ Staci I-Iiles, a second-grade student, spends her free time in the stable grooming and training her pintos. Since the age of two Staci has worked with her horses. She rides English and Western and has placed three years at nationals. "Keep riding high, Staci, and we'll see you UP there in the winner's circle!" it in "Showtime" here , .--MM ARE SPECIAL 1.9 1Abovej Duo-talents Rebecca ffifth gradej and Beth Miller Qseventh gradej, display a winning style when they sit down at the piano. Practicing seven days a week for 1 W to 2 hours per day pays off for these two young ladies. Both enjoy classi- cal music the best, and to hear them play is a real treat. We hope they continue moving UP with their talents to greater things. QBelowj Dirt, dust, rain, and mud are all com- mon enemies for junior motocross advocate, Brian Roe. No matter what the weather, he can be found on his favorite bike, the Yamaha, jumping railroad crossings or taking to the high ground. Since the age of four, Brian has been fascinated with bikes and riding. He has ridden in every kind of motocross in Oklaho- ma, Texas, Missouri, Kansas, and Arkansas. His favorite races have been the Ponca City NMA Nationals and Lake Whitney, Texas, GNC ' . mspfsriarifeep-.ffhfs bike UP-right and makes it to the big-time races in the future. lLeftj Jazz, ballet, tap, or point make no difference to Tina Roe, Mounds freshman. She loves them all. At three, she began dancing lessons with Carol T's of Sapulpa and has been dancing ever since. Her practice sessions are once a week and right before contest, twice a week. Tina has danced in competitions sponsored by Dance Masters of America. Congratulations to this graceful and talented young lady as she moves UP to success. lSee pg 109 for feature on Shawna Sticej i H W' V If 2' 'jg . : NSE Q13 ax ,SKY Q .u fix ig Y Ex 2 5 w W W Q NX XA Y x l g ixmf 'if wx 3 0 1' if Vie MQ W" ii ff' 6 X Q wr QNX Qs -Q john "Smurf Qw- ' William Applegarth in-v r ?'12'l9'V Gina "NayANay" Renee Brurnley jeffrey "MadDog" Leon Atkins DeNise "Dennis" Laverne Bell Donita "Donnie" Linette Chaney Matthew "Choo" Bradford Church 'Nita Cl R Culbert Calvin "WaynusH Wayne Debra "Crash" Kay Conley dry HY DeC,raffenreid Damon "Albatross" Micheal Ellis. james 'Tliirsten Baby" Cary Howell .1 " Nl Tony "L,'I'." Lee Lawson, jr, ,. qizggfl Barry Dean Hawley Larry Gene Hawley wt", Hrs:-rr" Donald "Keckie" Wayne Keck Donald "Deege" james Keizor, jr 1-A we -s 'vs Richard "Ricl1ardo" Allen Legg Mark "Red" David Long 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 52 ZZ WITH "What do I do with this ball now?" Chris has attended Mounds School for 13 years. "Chris, we are proud of what you've accomplished. You have ,the ability to succeed at anything if you decide to work for what you want. God bless you Sn keep you safe from all harm. With love from the rest of the McNabbs" "When I climb out of here, I'm going to give you what-for." Sue's favorite food is Chinese. She says her pet peeve is Mr. Greeson. Future plans include going to college at OSU. "Best of luck, Sue" "Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! I plan to sing for my supper." "Honey, you came into this world with your mouth open 8: you haven't closed it to this day. But I love you just as f 4 7 rm. .W V. F W! dbx f v wwf much as the day you were Keep God in your sights, 8: you will never go wrong. born, if 'not more. 2 With all my love, Mom" "My puppy wants a kiss!" A Craig's favorite food is junk food, "Congratula- tions, Craig. Thanks for . g y I., , V, the wonderful years you 'I' I ' K. -:.e have given me. I love you! A ,.. n ew ' i "I love having my picture taken!" Raylene's pet peeve is people who are ' always on time. "God sure smiled on us when he gave us you. Love, Mom 8: Dad" "Congratulations to ful sister. Tony" a wonder- I 6. , , 'X M . , i 2 Q f 3 4 ,P-X if 5 1 5 .. .,. a y i 1 5 i ......, 2 .ff gi 5 X XXX we Wx as ft EEE in gs s --up-f maui? 5 7 "Mom made me hang up my own diapers, and I'm mad." Lesa can't stand being stared at. Her favorite color is red, and favorite food is shrimp. "Congratula- tions, Lesa" 7. "That guy thinks he is so sma making me smile. Ha! Momm promised me a sucker." Calvi attended Mounds for 12 year and enjoyed playing footbal "Best of luck!" E i s ... ,, ..... ., ., S5 M' z 5 Q ..,.g., Ai ....... R ..., I N. ' X gk I , 6 .S'Z1fI0??.? A . '9 L5 v,,l vlzg 1. 2. "If he shoves that dog in my face one more time, I'll bite his finger." D.J. loves the color blue and spaghetti. His pet peeve is Mark Long. "D.I. To the best son your mom and I could have ever hoped for. We love you! Our prayers will be with you in everything you do. Congratulations! Love, Mom 8: Dad" "Who me? Me and my big brothers didn't do r . " ' and Mexican food. His most important mo- ment was meeting "The Hawley Twins." "Good luck in the future." f t , ite 5 'ri f i ... 3. "I'll tear anyone up who gets in front of me." it . ,Xf- Q TM fffvf Gary's pet peeve is people who talk about him behind his back. "Gary Don, we are very proud of you. Congratulations! You finally made it! Love, Mom 8: Dad" 4. "I told you not to take my picture until I said ok." "Glenn, we are so proud of you. You have far exceeded our expectations. Just re- member you can do any- thing you set your mind to do. Congratulations, son. You've earned it. Mom 8: Dad" 3 4 iiiii 'X 'r,e 1 is "" ff 1 S., f I ,.., M . . a aa W g V1 nf V - a ' , 1 'S . .,.. ' gli, 2 s if 2 'F ff 'R' 125' n M ' . ,S K ffm I Q 5. "I'm just waiting until the right moment comes, then I'll do something cute." "Stacey, better to fail than never to have tried, reach for the stars 8: always keep God on your side." 7. "A big Coca Cola is the best way to start the morning off right." Damon's favorite color is red, 8: shrimp is his favorite food. His pet peeve is tongue- clicking. Playing in the jazz band is Damon's favorite thing to do. After the big day Damon plans to attend Tulsa University. "Best of luck in the future." 6. "Say one word about my dolly, 8: I'll punch your lights out." Gina loves the color red and piz- za. Her favorite thing to do is spend time with her friends. 53 "Best of luck." NWN Susan "Stuzan" Kay Long Laurie "George" Elaine McCall 09" A-dv' qvuw'-f jeffrey "Bode-ne" Lee McDonald Stacey "Space" Lynn McDonald 'War Lesa "Woodstock" Lynn Mullins Steven "Newby" Glenn Newberry .uw-W ' Carl "Mac" Dwight McDonald, jr. Christopher "junkyard" Todd McNa 1914" john Wayne Nicholson bb 5-49' as""f" Meir' d2,,,,,-. Alfred "Brewster" Brewfter Peacock IV Troy 'Tropheyheadw Neal Rankin -S'-"" jarnes "Doc" Craig Rice Susan "Su-lu" Marie Rothermel .ab Glenn "Radical" Alan Reader Robert "Bert" Matthew Roberson ""1P Cary Don Robertg Cary "Mitch" Mitchel Rouse Gary "Bones" Dale Rovang 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 56 WZ Siflf 2172 "Anybody want to play ball?" Debbie Conley loves to cruise town. "Congratulations, Deb. We've always been proud of our little girl. Reach for the stars, keep your hand in God'sp the world can be yours. Love, Mom 8n Dad" "And you think this is best-dressed!" Mitch loves to race motocross. His pet peeve is peo- ple putting trash in the back of his truck. "Congratulations, Mitch. Mom 8: Dad" "Do you think anyone will believe us if we promise to be good? They should cause we look innocent enough." The Hawleys say graduation will be the most important time in their lives. "Congratulations, guys" "Peek-a-boo! I see you, and you better be good!" Every- one watch out because Mark plans to be a banker one day. "We didn't think you were ever going to talk, but when you did, you had a lot to tell the world. Keep up the good work, Son. Love, Mom 8: Dad" "Boy, have I done it now!" Mac loves Chinese food. "Son, we want you to know that we are proud to be your parents, for you have done your very best throughout your school years. Love, Mom 8: Dad" 5 3 'WM S 6. 5 "This is my movie star pose, do you like it?" Susan loves tacos and rice, and can't stand it when people touch her hair. "Best of luck in the future." 7. ai ..s':::::-.1 Q-fa--. f.,-ma "Is this the right way to take bath?" Jeff likes to chow dowi on steak. "Congratulations, Jef! You've come a long way, donl stop now. Love, Mom 8: Dad" ff ya V ' '1'fai'f'f,1'E,if 1 "i!?ft52Wi' I ki 1 fc., 'iff 2 it , ' M, fs. W M434 . jf' Zu? , cf- ' , ,Z I, ? ,S 521431, f nf' 115521. . rg!!! " " ii' . 43, r of I WL 429 1 I Z if F in ag .V R 1, r if-'aw Q ., , 4? al Zflis h f 1 f , MW, 4 V .. , ,L,, 3' ' you! 1. 2. "Hey, lady. How about a date when we get through here! I've got lots of money in my piggy bank!" Matt's pet peeve is people who have done and know it all. "Thanks for mak- ing our job so easy. We love you, Mom 8n Dad." "Anybody who takes my teddy bear away from me is gonna pay - big time!" Salena loves the color blue and Chinese food. She hates 3. beingiolcl whafto do.'Craduation is fliilay she's looking forward to. "Best of luck." "l'll trade you one of my goats for a ride on the train." "To an outstanding daughter. We are really proud that you are planning well for your future. May you do great in your nursing career. Love, Dad and Mom." "If you are real real good, l'll let you ride my red car." Bruce's favorite food is steak, and he is most proud of his awards in sports. "Congratulations and good luck." 7. "I'm off to Hawaii on my little cow. Anyone want to go with me." Iohn's favorite food is Mexican. He plans to 4 5. "Wish I could walk. This con- 6. traption is the pits!" Denise en- joys Mexican and Italian food. She dislikes most having to wait for someone. "Best of luck in the future." attend TIC this fall. "You've come a long ways, BABY! Congratulations." "How do you 'like my designer pj's? I think I'm adorable." When Steve chows down, he likes steak. His favorite thing to do is go riding. "Good luck in 57 'N 'iw 'Wg Treva "Lene" Raylene Stacy Walter "Chuck" Allen Stinnett Calvin 'iFridge" Ray Wallace Salena Elaine Watashe it QM, r M-N-.i li'-NW. f' i Most Likely to Succeed: Biggefft FlirtS1 58 Debbie Conley Sn Chuck Stinnett Susan Long 8: jeff McDonald fr swab.. A... l '0m..,.,. jason "jay" Price Veale MSF ,INS "x sauumn ,Q anno: V ' v S at ' lx it , , 1 , K R r a it Q .. 0 ' X r i . l. Sponsors: Sherman Smith 8: Melba Rice Most Talented: Wayne DeGraffenreid 8: Lesa Mullins SIWI022 'THVOIQITZS' Best Dressed: Mac Aff' McDonald, Raylene Stacy, 8: Mitch Rouse s"'.4 Prienclliest: Bruce Peacock Sn Gina Brumley Most Mischievous: Jeff Atkins 8: Salena Watashe Most Athletic: Left: Stacey McDonald 8: D. J. Keizor Best Personality. R Right: Donita Chaney 8: Mark Long 1. 2. 3. 4 5. 60 WZ MUZZTZ "Don't you like my stripe pants. They're the latest in fashion." When food is on the table, Troy hopes it's steak which is his favorite. As for colors, he likes blue the best. His favorite thing to do is go hunting and fishing. "Con- gratulations and good luck in the future." "Chubby Cub keeps tickling my feet. He's my friend." Richard's pet peeve is for someone to turn off the tv while he's watching a show. "My little guy has grown up, and I'm very proud of you. My prayers, encouragement, and support go with you to reach your highest goals. I love you and will try to be there when you need me. Love, Mom" "From this Q this in such a short time." Doni- ta's favorite color is laven- der, and her favorite food is Italian. Her pet peeve is for someone to spread ru- mors. "Best of luck in the future and congratulations on being a senior." 3 4 "I can't believe Mom can't trust me in any more water than this. It's hardly enough to cover my . . . feed.. Gary'5 favorite thing to do is get laid back and listen to Hank Jr. His favorite food is steak. He bg plans to go to work after graduation. "Good luck in all you do." "Here I am. All dressed up and no place to go." Gary's pet peeve is mouthy people. His favorite food is pizza. "Congratulations to you and best of luck in the future." 6. E 7 3 5 I1 I 2 2 1 2 5 6 7 7. "Don't bother me now. I plan t chow down." Robert's color is blue, and his food is frog legs. His thing to do is sleep. luck!" favorit favorit favorite "Goo W ,Q 1. "Do you like my wittle wed sneakers and Mr. Teddy? He likes to wub my nose!" Chuck likes to chow down on pizza and likes the color blue. His pet peeve is making mistakes. After graduation, he plans to go to college. "Congratulations and best of luck!" 2. "I'm a pretty handsome dude, don't you think?" Tony plans to attend college and set- tle down with a good job somewhere. He likes ,a. fi M'-"" . 5 3 ji I f gf' 'AV,' f 5 ka,-M , gf , , iw fp. 5 Q35 5 ID T 5 'I Y C f' he ia Z 1 , fo 1 5-4 'W 3 the1colorTed711Td1he food pizzaflzlis pet peeve is school rules. Tony likes playing baseball and looking at the many trophies he has won. "Good luck!" . "I don't know if mommy wanted me to be Casper the Ghost, the Pillsbury Dough Boy, or warm." Gary has attended Mounds School for 13 years and has been involved in all sports. His pet peeve is looking for food in the house and not finding any. "Hope you have a great fu- ture." fy Q, 4. "When I grow up, I'm go- , " ' r ,,,,, ,, ' ww W X iviil f siiys I mg QW P I I 5. to have a real car. just look Hp' where all those years have ,if k " W 4 2 . brought me." Jason's inter- , y,,.,, N. :f f Q rs est in cars started early. . L.. - . af , ,. H - W A lx I . f,1-" Llve long: and prosper. ,, -veggie I 39,5 ,N Good luck! 4 5 , 6 7 6 "I have a hall pass, but I left it UH .. . Oh yeah, I left it in the bathroom." Don's pet peeve is being bossed around. "Best wishes for a great future." 7. "I hope no one bothers me today. I'm mad and I've had it!" Wayne plans to go to college and hopefully get Q I into medical school. mme ms, y I em am was u em aaaasiosg sqeggrifzsinos mem im., , mem me me 61 1-1""".-. V4-fW"'3"" V 4 fum row 41,411 42111112211 t EMM, Class Ofticevsz Left to right: Matt Clwurclt, Student Council, Debbie Conley, Student Council, Steve Newberry, President, Raylene Stacy, Seuretaxyp Bxuce Peacock, Vice-president. Q , , O l tl f WIUBBR H,......,.. S! V11 Y nmnlwqg, , , - 1 , WOW MP Class motto ,EITZYZ ' my u""' iizle Class Color: lavender Q Q, i i S i , ANNUAL STAFF 1986-87 se. 2.1 . l , Dearman-junior, Donita Chaneye senior, Lisa Stone-junior, Sherri Leg -sophomore, Dustin Chambers- sopiomore, and Mrs. Zeiler-sponsor. "We honestly didn't know what we were getting into, Publishing a year- book? EASY! Not so easy as one might think. After attending a three- day work-shop in the summer at .. ' Q 5 My , as C 1 in x -ttf i .f . Q M 4 1 ' Egg 't'. Qs. ., e if . The staff consisted of Connie Oklahoma City, we were ready to tackle anything. Past yearbooks had been great, and we wanted to carry on the tradition. We tried, and it's up to you to determine if we succeeded. At times we wanted to pull our hair out or simply van- ish into the night. But, here it is! READ! ENJOY! REMEMBER!" "Deadlines L- 5 "Only two' days to ldeadline! GPPICE AIDS STUDE T COUNCIL iseatedj Connie Dearman, Susan Long, Donita Chaney Qstandingl Steve Newberry, D. J. Keizor, Mr. Campbell-principal. These people helped run an efficient high school office. Qseated L-R3 Dannette Mudd-9th, Michael Roberts-9th, Kristy Inman-7th Lisa Stone-10th, Matt Church-12th, Mike Tatum-11th, Bobby-Codsey-10th, Sherri Legg-10th, Debbie Conley-12th fivtandingl Mr. Campbell-sponsor,-Mike Chil A dress-7th, Kim Duck-8th, Rodney Hue-s'8th , - , '94- SPANISH CLUB ,fi , M "Te Amamos 5 ,, ls , Uwe love Srta. Labios!" M155 6 Lips!" The Spanish Club included Mrs. Rice-sponsorgglieglielggn, DAar3i,on,,,E11i5,,,W,1ynes A,,, M-. ,,,,,.-,,,,. ,.,. M... ,,,, 4.4. .- -W Y 'J -- 'A - A f G'lWn'REdeij7aulTolfns5nf and Travis jenkins. Qleftl A grueling game of WWW N Spanish-style Scrabble leaves V - students mentally , L r unbalanced-ulv exhausted. frightl "5enorita Labios fLipsl taught us a lot!" 1 T71 22 An aspiring and tireless group of young writers worked long hours to publish bi-monthly editions of "The MHS Messenger." Staff included ,seatedjChana Luna and Melodie Sivadon lstandingj Mrs. Carter-sponsor, BUSY as beavers in the dark mom and out were these Michelle Willard, LeAnn Boyles, Amy York, Kristie Harp, Damon Ellis, mgmbers of Photography: Mark Long' Wayne Decraffen' Brad Hatten, and Glenn Reader. Students were kept well-informed of all reid' Steve Newberry' Mrs' Cartepsponsm' Not Plffufed was che school activities and any current events of an interesting nature. Usa Cole' 67 i QUPJ Mrs. Bennett-sponsor, Robby Foresman-president, Rachelle Duck-vice president, Christine Beebe-secretaryftreasurer, Sherri Legg-8: Bobby Godsey-student council, Mrs. Irvine-sponsor QUPJ Mr. Greeson-sponsor, Sonny Williams-president, Teressa Green- vice president, Michelle Dunn-secretaryftreasurer, Dannette Mudd-8: Michael Roberts-student council, Mr. Archer-sponsor 1 ll ll In QF W QUP L-RJ Mrs. Williams Sr Mrs. Zeiler-sponsors, Mike Tatum 8: Lisa Stone-student council, Paul Johnson-vice president, Steven McNabb- secretaryftreasurer, Jeri Ramey-president EICIHTH Mr. Hammond - sponsor, Devin McDonald - McDonald - president, Derek Fox - Vice president, Joni Ford - secretary, Harmony Church- treasurer, Kim Duck 8: Rodney Huss-student council, Mrs. Cosby- sponsor. QUPJ Mr. Shirley-sponsor, Jason Creason-president, Ray Swanson-vice president, Bavette Clyma-secretary, Dana Allen-treasurer, Kristy In- man Kr Mike Childress-student council, Mrs. Howk-sponsor E Linda Chambers, coach Ga organizer for the nine varsity cheerleaders, worked hard to make us the best, Under her iW'?"'M' cheerleaders added any new cheers, ance routines, and pyramids M151 C ra w mnr nuranrns UP WITH SPIRIT Co-sponsor, janet English, loaned a helping hand with high school and junior high homecoming decorations. High school varsity cheerleaders of the 1986-87 school year climb UP with spirit to show the victory Kyramid. Cheerleaders include lbottom L-Rl Tracie Brown ljr.l, Sherri Leg lsophj, Step anie Linnet Grj, Courtney Church lsophl, Renee Harris Uni, itop L-RJ Melissa Green fjrj, Dannette Mudd ifrj, Michelle Dunn ffnl, Angie Thompson lsophl Pyramids weren't the only things that went UP for the MHS squad. Posters, spirit hoops, and school spirit were all UP throughout the Football and basketball seasons. Chants to et the crowd UP on their feet and their spirit UP were often heard to cheer Mounds aghletic teams on. "Our spirit is contagious just watch it catch on" chants the smiling faces of the MHS cheer- leaders on Football homecoming night. A "Ready, OK," begins the basketball halftime show. Melissa Green' A .2924 fr MOVI G UP ACADEMICALLY SOCIAL STUDIES Sc MATH JUNIOR HIGH ffrontl Eric Creason, Mark Bird- song, Bobby Mudd, Chad Gehr- ing, Robby Nuttle, Qcenterj Mrs. Carter-sponsor, Derek Fox, Heather Ruble, Laurie Tiger, jason Creason, Brad Allen, Shanon Smith, Bavette Clyma, Carolyn Spears Cbackl Kim Scott, Kim Duck, Kerri Rice, Diona Len- ard, Rodney Huss, Devin Mc- Donald, Mike Childress, jimmy Danforth, Kelley Barkley, Ken Lawmaster SCIENCE Sn MATH HIGH SCHOOL Qfrontj Paul johnson, Damon El- lis, Chris Simonds, Sherri Legg Bobby Goclsey, Robby Foresman lbackj Wayne DeGraffenreid, Carl McDonald, Matt Church, Chuck Stinnett, Steve Newberry, Travi jenkins, Chris johnson, Richard Newberry, Craig Rice, Sue Roth- ermel, Mrs. Carter-sponsor L 2 Q SECOND- THIRD GRADES Qfrontj Austin Shanks, jennj Rowan, Quentin Spradley, Chris Burgess, Trina Dooly, John Sla vens, Daniel Johnson, Dana Campbell, Shana Sanders Qcenter Laura Lucero, Michelle Raley, An gie Tiger, Travis Wingo, jasor Grant, Melissa I-Iousley, Amj Walker, Angie Clem, Vylena Nunn, Sharla Scott fbackl Jennife Campbell, Daniel Bernhardt, josl Driscoll, Rebekka Harden, Farre Blackbear, Willie Kelch, Casej Hatten, Michelle Gilbert, Brand Holliday, Debra Smith, Michae Carter, Mrs. Cosby-sponsor I WITH GIPTED STUDENTS SOCIAL STUDIES Ku LANGUAGE ARTS HIGH SCHOOL seatedj ,leri Ramey, Matt Church, ayne DeGraffenreid, Carl Mc- onald, Sherri Legg, julie Fielden, ichelle Willard lstandingl Ra- helle Duck, Mike Tatum, Chris ohnson, Angie Thompson, Chris Bimondsg13obby'God?ei Tfivis T enkins, Paul Johnson, Damon llis, Bill Palmer, Glenn Reader, rad Hatten, jay Veale FOURTH- FIFTH SIXTH GRADES 10 jacob Mosquito, Benji es, Linda Johnson, Crystal ', Kim Ruble, Dusty Dennis, y Campbell, Brent Brewer terj Julie Slavens, jamie john- , Sarah Bacon, Erin Dooly, Nn-Dea Mosquito, Debbie zor, Chris McDonald, Gabe zko, Brent Sivadon, Willie .iams fbackj Heather Carner, n Slaughter, Michelle Tiger, dy Simonds, Laura Tipton, anda Keithley, Amy Morgan, hel Phillips, Kyle Sivadon, n Blackwell, Bobby Lucas, . Cosby-sponsor SCIENCE AND LANGUAGE ARTS JUNIOR HIGH ffrontj john Terhune, Jason Rob- ertson, Eric Creason, Mark Bird- song, Bobby Mudd, Chad Gehr- ing tcenterl Derek Fox, Bavette Clyma, Carolyn Spears, Heather Ruble, Karen johnson, jason Creason, Brad Allen, Denver Ta- tum, Erica Ames, Shanon Smith lbackl Robby Nuttle, Kim Scott, Kim Duck, Kerri Rice, Diona Len- ard, Rodney Huss, Devin Mc- Donald, Mike Childress, Jimmy Danforth, Angela Canady, Mrs. Carter-sponsor 9 F If I -, HIP fx,3vuA1 mv "' A ,-.I :ll 2: I, E 7 I -1 X 9 ff: ms 3 The MHS chapter of the National Beta Club, a leader- ship-service organization for high school students filling the requirements of outstand- ing scholarship, worthy char- acter, commendable attitude, and creditable achievement, was chartered on December 19, 1978. BUILDING UP WITH e S 5: ,,. , ,-.' , tif - Q .N 4 T: Q1 ggw-" w ' et a lffl' K - J Q? Al 5 """ i 5 I "Can we use this picture in the scrapbook?" "Selling Suckers Nets Big Bucks!" DRGANIZING Qtop left-rightj Mrs. Carter fsponsorj, Paul johnson, Steven McNabb, Travis Jenkins, Steven Newberry, Carl McDonald, Brian Roe, Mike Tatum, Tracie Brown, Mrs. Chambers fsponsorj Cbottom left-rightb Mark long, Matt Church, Lisa Stone, Connie Dearman, and Jeri Ramey. ETA CLUB REQUIREMENTS In order to qualify for nembership, a student shall: 1. have a grade point of 3.0 Jith no "D's" based on five .igh school semesters, 2. pass a teacher evaluation n attitude, participation in lass, etc., 3. be voted in by current members. LANN N "Which flavor today?" D01 Seniors: Matt Church, Steven Newberry, Carl McDonald, and Mark Long CPPICERS Steven Newberry flbresidentj Lisa Stone KSecretaryJ Mike Tatum Nice-presidentj Alumni lend a helping hand. , "Be quietg I've got the gavel!" Summer Convention found Betas at the Washington Monument. "He's de Boss!" I I THE PRIDE DF DUNDS HIGH DIRECTORS Wade Robertson Becky Martin Cfront L-Rl jackie Phillips, Lilly Bigpond, Hope Keizor, Rachelle Duck, Traci Shelley, Renee Harris Qcenterl Jeri Ramey, Bill Palmer, Angie Thompson, Robert Jones, Steve McNabb, Melodie Sivadon, Amy York, Aimee Zeiler, Tracie Brown lbackl Paul johnson, Gary Russell, Damon Ellis, Wayne DeGraffenreid, Patrick Reale, Brian McDonald, Rodney Stacy, Brian Ernest, Travis jenkins, jeff Culbert Qstandingj Melody Fry, Glenn Reader, Dustin Chambers, Aaron Veale, Brian Roe, Chris Rivett, Chuck Stinnett The band members waited for days and weeks to move into the new band room, but the building delay lasted all through the marching season. After everyone had forgotten that there would be a band room, the big day came. Members moved only the music to the new music library and the marching equipment to the new storage room. Finally on Friday, November 21, 1986, the band officially moved UP to its new facilities. Qbelowl The main band room is a large thirty- foot high area where the band practices for all of its concerts and contests. Qbelowl The spiral staircase le ds UP labovej The new band room is a , to the seen from the outside. ibelowj The -f , , uni orm choir room connects to the main t band room b the office S mage Y ' room. 1 I ,::. " :wits K .',. j 5 Q . i ssss iarst fifi t 5 I ' as fright, Kabovej The The music library is Y directors' Over the I office has instrument viewing storage. lleftl A Windows large uniform to both storage area main keeps band band members look- I mom and their best. the choir fflghtl room. Instrument I storage room is ,Q ee" handy' f ff:f97 I 'iii C -Y '1 JAZZ BA This year's Jazz Band, in trying to fill in the shadows of past members, hoped to re- turn to glory with its newest members. This year's jazz Band includes Qfront L-Rl Bill Palmer, Angie Thompson, Rachelle Duck, Damon Ellis, Jeff Culbert, Steve McNabb lback L-RD Chuck Stinnett, Wayne DeGraf- fenreid, Brian McDonald, Rodney Stacy, Brian Ernest, Aaron Veale, Paul Johnson, Renee Harris, Gary Russell, Dustin Cham- bers, Travis Ienkins, Jeri Ramey. Jazz band entered various contests in order to prepare for the State Contest. fleftj Marching Band had a successful season. The band went to Pryor Marching Con- test where they took first place ' in their class in Parade March- ing 8: Field Marching. The t pride also won a superior rat- ing at the Oklahoma Regional Marching Contest held at Union High School. fabovej The jazz Band in action at a high school basketball game. It had become tradi- won at Union High School. dem ML tional for the Band to perform, and they Robertson holds the Pryor trophies for were always a big hu with audiences' Parade 8: Field Marching. lbelowj The Superior Plaque for 1986 5 21 E We V,,. frightj This year's drum major, Jeri Ramey, made MHS very proud of the great job she did. It's a hard job, but Jeri was great. 6 Qleftj Weeks and months of practice go into perfecting musical talent. Finally, all-state tryouts arrived, and the "heat" was on. First-cut all-state qualifiers in- cluded Dustin Chambers, Paul johnson, Renee Harris, and Jeri Ramey. Unfortu- nately, none of the qualifers made the all-state band. FLAGS A VGCAL MUSIC tcenterl Michelle Shoaf KL-RJ Catesa Jones, Teressa Green, Tina Roe, Christine Beebe, Lisa Stone, Debbie Birdsong, Stephanie Linnet Dawna McDonald, Teresa Hawley, Jennie Stanley, Denise Honeycutt ti , -X s A., 6 X N N --xi X SW El Miss Maftlnf H38 SPOUSOL P0565 with Hitting those high notes gets pretty hard! Pryor trophy. w t' ttopl Lucas Roberson, Heather Ruble, Becky Strang, Melinda Russell, Chad Inman, Patti Strang, Jody Smith tcenterl Earnest Brumley, Carolyn Spears, Tommy Lee, Angela Canady, Keith Long, Micheal Cooper, Shannon McDonald, Miss Martin lbottomj Tammy Jones, Grace Daniel, Theresa Grintals, Krista Cochrane, Crystal Coplen, Richard Edwards, Randy Taylor E BAN wud SEVENTH Sz EIGHTH GRADES ront L-RJ Derek Fox, jennifer Sivadon, Erika Ames, Crystal Coplen, Belinda Russell, Christy Linam, Karen johnson, Becky Rivett, jennifer .ater, Bavette Clyma fcenter L-RJ Eric Stanley, Eric Creasn, john Terhune, Kevin Carner, Beth Miller, Jason Creason, Chris Morgan, Devin IcDonald, Brad Allen, Christina Wickline, Carolyn Spears, Krista Cochrane, Kari Armitage Qback L-RJ Mike Childress, Keith Grant, Mark irdsong, Todd Richardson, Rodney Huss, Marty Stacy, Richard Reader, Angela Canady, Becky Baker, Matt Miller, Bobby Mudd Qstanding -RJ Mr. Robertson-directory, Michael Huss, Joni Ford, Kim Duck, jim Danforth, J. W. Mobley, Gordon Garrison, Denver Tatum, Randy mes, Ms. Martin-asst. director 'ont L-RJ Tammy Reed, Mary Bryant, Amber Rowan, Heather Carner, Brian Enloe, Jeremiah Anderson, Bobby Lucas, Misty Morgan enter L-RJ Benji Hayes, Danny Fry, Chad Armitage, Ben i Lynch, jennifer Eaton, Tim McNabb, Jacob Moscxuito, Ben Linam, Anthony lcero, Chris Ferrell, Mike Leffler Qstanding I.-Rl Mr. Rogertson-director, jason Slaughter, Brian Pounds, Ky e Sivadon V0- Vo-Tech is a training ground for the fu- ture which gives its students an ed e on the job market immediately after higlgi school. Many Mounds students strive to move UP by seekin that edge. Cosmetology stu- dents, Debinie Ka Karen, invite you to visit them for a "hair"-raising ex- perience. Craig 8: Mike, elece tronics, get all "wired-up" about their classes. Mitch Sa Richard, motorcycle mechan- ics, keep the bikes rolling. Gary 8: Robert, building 81: grounds maintenance, keep things clean. Welding stu- dents, John 'Sn jerry, think tech is "hot". A few guys in diesel mechanics iScott, Ke- vin, Terry, 8: Stevej kee the 16 Wheelers on the roadp. Pi- nally, Philip, Gary, Tro , Sz Gary in air and heat make it comfortable. init 5, 'S K qs K wit E N9 M' N 2 f t if s f 'ip , a f R t. ,asf 'Sie fi , N r S 5 'N :W S e gi f iam it ,.. . f -RY X 5 X , . -.-:t Nt TECH Mounds students, also, have the option of going to Sapulpa Vo-Tech campus for classes. Commercial electric- ity students QBruce, Gary, john, 8: Rickyj et a "shock" out of it. The class for com- puter nuts is data processing and these students iDonita, Lesa, Denise, 8: Suel "return" da after day. Laurie in health will keep ou in "stitches" Another cllass is carpentry fBen Kr Donj who really "sup- port" tech. Many other classes are available at both Drumright :Sn Sapulpa campuses. Vo-Tech is a free opportunity to get job training which many students in other counties don't have. Mounds School is proud to be a part of the Vo-Tech program. 0 XXX w Q, An. W. QV. - X 'a A f A mt . liz fix fax Ku ng., , . 2:2 . x' 339 ' , 1 A ' WH YY Q 3' Q If 1 N lg R xx f u A aj 528' Q l YE. N Q M 3,1 0, Cx 3 li ' Z M H-5. 4? ' ,M i K -'uri' - -N. f klkkkkfwxxxx, ew f Q W x . wg N X 1 w X ? .W ax.. .3 SS: ,Q gf . Q ' m K if i ww V .- K fig 'ES si K i Q. X fi .. W 1 Q X. 1.7 X -H nw SENIOR PLAYERS fleftl: itopj John Nicholson, jeff McDonald, Matt Church, Mitch Rouse, Richard Leg Qcenterj Jeff Atkins, MarE Long, Bruce Peacock, DJ. Keizor, Tony Lawson Cbot- tomj Calvin Wallace, Steve Newberry, Larry Hawley, Barry Hawley ALL DISTRICT qi-ightyz QL- Rj DJ. Keizor, Steve New- berry, Jeff McDonald, Matt Church, Bruce Pea- cock, Richard Legg, Mark Long ALL DISTRICT DEPEN- SIVE PLAYER OF 1986: DJ. Keizor COACH S CORNER Im real proud of a group of young men who started in the spring of 86 carried through summer set some high senior class with leadership They also had a feeling of rapport and concern for the team They had real team spirit' Coach Bill Brown ft as I goals, and reached them. This was a great if S mf' A WINNING CCDMBINATIO SCOREBOARD Mounds Mounds Mounds Mounds Mounds Mounds Mounds Mounds Mounds Mounds Team spirit took them through' 6 14 O 12 6 7 12 3 19 26 Vuctory' We re on the way UP!" Time out for plan B' Queen Raylene Stacy with escorts Matt rmmrarru Hwmsemmlnm as 'HE 5 HR 'HRE UT 'l'lflNll5'H I Y Queen Raylene Stacy was caught off guard as she showed her excitement during the 1986 football homecoming. Pictured with her are the queen's court. I 5 f . i sw 2 ,fk it-:, 'f- yrm , ' ,V Church and Bruce Peacock I Qrr, I' I 59, y Jason Klintworth bearer jesse Mantooth ar Newberry 9 Senior Susan Lon with escorts Stev Newberry and D. Keizor I 2' 5 Q, junior Stephanie Lrnnet with escort Flower girl Wendy Greeson with Crown Sojahomore Sherri Legg with escort Rich- PAGE SPONSOR - PLANNERS MEDIA THREE ARCHITECTS DESIGNERS Qffi rs. ' big pep assembly was held downtown allowing the parade. Cheerleaders got ie crowd going with several chants 8: IEETS. .W , . .NSN any J. Q, in Clif 1 P 'Q if QQ . L. X. L5R...Xq U. v ' yr . lementary students showed their school Jirit with well-decorated bikes which iey rode in the parade. 2 , fl ri ' tv sf' ,, yezegwzl' Mex: a sf- sw' r, MM in a ry, ii, uf V , , .Q ,, ,, The queen, decorations, and school spirit are all part of homecoming But what about the game7 The Oilton vs Mounds game truly showed the stars were out that night with a decisive victory 26 O for Mounds. tleftj Sophomore dudes go back in time to the 50's as they got into the spirit of 50's day during homecoming week. LL-RJ Chris Simonds, Joe Reynolds, Wes Linnet, Phil Miller trightj "Decorate the door day" sponsored by the stu- dent council gave the halls that homecoming lift. The winning door was created by Mrs. Ben- net's fourth hour typing class with the theme of "Strike over the Panthers." W' labovej Juniors floated to first place can an iil spill.lThe Rpde 8: Cru e "Oi UP Oi ton" f oat showed originality 8: plenty of junior effort. lleftl The senior float "Smoke the Panthers" took second place, "Good job!" lrightj Plunging in at third place was the "P unge the Pan- thers" float by the sophomore class. "Way to go!" VARSITY BASKETBALL: LINE-UP llineelingj Ricky Buff, Jeff Culbert, Steve McNabb, Rich- ard Newberry, Stanley Adams, Cstandingl Chris McNabb- manager, Asst. Coach Dan Smith, Mark Long, Matt Church, jeff McDonald, Bruce Peacock, D. J. Keizor, Coach Stan Irvine. Q "lsn't Mark just adorable? Steve makes a nice "split" shot. A beautiful "ballet" shot by D. I What form!" ml lleftj "That's one pretty leg, Mau!" Crightj Coach Irvine gives last- minute instructions about a play. .limi ,S Q UNICDR VARSITY LINE-UP Qleft to rightj Coach Dan Smith, Tony Ray, Robby Foresman, Mike Humpry, Robert Jones, Wesley Linnet, Keith Gasaway, Michael Smith, Asst. Coach Stan Ir- vine. Tony looks good on a one-on- one defensive play. BASKETBALL VARSITY AN fstandrngj Managers Debbre Brrdsong 8: Renee Harrrs Tammy Rlce Stacey McDonald Coach Campbell Lergh Ann Pyle Courtney Church Managers Rachelle Duck 8: Dawna McDonald Qkneelmgj Lajeana DeMoss Tracre Brown Ier1 Ramey jackle Phnlhps Sherrn Legg Cseatedj Mellssa Green Stephame Lmnet, Lisa Stone Angle Thompson Krrstre Harp Hope Kerzor V ir an - W g, f an V M, M, V .f 4 ga J? 'mf if I- 12 w a ff f Qi g 'f ,V J. V.'S .5 , X S . Wt. . e 5 ' X hh' s , Q- ' 'i i gf -,s:,,.: fi 'isgllb 22" L 1 K.. K l Y V E K E fabovej Coach gives a few words of encourag for a great defensive play. - ' N 5 - ement. trightj Guards move in A .A 'YU , if-MWC "You hold 'em off, and I'll get the rebound!" J. V.'S have great style! Q. fstandingl Coach Campbell, Lajeana DeMoss, Kim Brown, Leigh Ann Pyle, Courtney Church, Kristie Harp lfront rowl Sherri Legg, Tricia Edwards, Melissa Green, Hope Keizor, Angie Thompson, Lilly Bigpond. 1987 BASKETBALL HOMECOMINC1 we i gulls R. -S The Queen's Court: Qleft-rightj juniors Steven McNabb Sz Lisa Stone Seniors Steven Newberry Sn Stacey McDonald Sophomores Tammy Rice 8: Richard Newberry Flower girl Erin Campbell Crown Bearer justin Rouse. .. X. . " " our ' W is K I K 5, t y . as W was X f F E 4. Q at be sag E fa sm N... S 2 l 'X me l 1 , 1 , Nt 3:02 'X .L F' ig, its-,raw 852539 ,X , X by sm SX mls A truly traditional Valentine's Homecoming was graced by our lo- vely ladies. Our back drop of red and silver hearts, fashioned by Mrs. Linda Chambers with the as- sistance of Mrs. Janet English, proved to be the perfect setting for a perfect night. junior attendant Lisa Stone rv .Fl Senior Queen Stacey McDonald ' Swnvswx, r J .S as A A A A3 K, 'xl' Flower girl Erin Campbell "Am 1 really 5w9ating?" Crown bearer justin Rouse I cccc, Sophomore attendant Tammy Rice 0' The 1987 basketball home- oming was the event of the ight Tuesday, February 10 in he Carter Fieldhouse. Olive ame to town to see to it that the vening would end unhappily, ut it just wasn't to be. The Lady evils took the floor with cool onfidence and showed the Lady ildcats a few things, ending he game with a score of 69-59. ot to be outdone, the Devils hit he boards with a first quarter of recision teamwork and expert hooting that added to the spirit f the night. The halftime coro- ation, accompanied by the jazz Eand, was a nice tribute to the eople who participatedc QThey were greatlj The Devils then ,vent back to work defeating Ol- ,ve Wildcats 64-54. fYou can tell Richard wasn't too impressed zhough. "What's the finger in :he ear - a new defensive sig- 1al?"J 5 Af- K se is 'Seimas 91 PRESHMAN PCDGTBALL PRESI-IMAN I LINE UP I l fbottom left-rightj john Inn man, Glen Bryant, Billy Nunn, Michael Roberts, Dusl tin Collins, Bill Palmer Shawn Hayes Qtop left-righ0Brett Rice, Brad Hatten, Scott Klintworth, Mil chael Cooper, Buddy Sherrelll Dan Merrill, Sonny Williams, Kevin Grim W Coaches: left - Stan Irvine, right - Bill Brown fbelowj Fierce freshmen line UP for the play! lleftj Coaches finalize game I tbelowj Freshmen show their winning style! plans. l Qbelowl A good run to set UP a TD! Mounds Mounds Mounds Mounds Mounds Mounds WINNING SEASON 0 Depew 14 Kiefer 8 Warner 30 Porter 16 Webber .36 Dewar Falls labovel Roberts goes out for a pass! Q FRESHMA HCDMECCDMING THE ROYALTY fleft to rightj Dana Allen 8: escort jason Creason - 7th grade Michelle Dunn 8: escort Scott Klintworth - 9th grade l Dannette Mudd SL escort Brad Hatten - 9th grade Stephanie Rivett Sc escort Rodney Huss - Bth grade x Vi f 1? L if, XV V V 'f .1 if' ' Q in'-Q ., if ' 7, l lleftj Queen Qbelowj Stephanie Rivett Eighth Grade Attendant Dannette Mudd attendant Michelle Dunn "looking radiant." Kabovel HS. W. A, K." fz , W-wg yang Q , ,ff , Y , V 'o0- if 1 "" , I"i5' ' --Q Q- M if A A ffl, M "Q iiiei 35 r sfu, fabovej Dana Allen Seventh Grade Attendant Cabovel Crown bearer-Andy Dennis Flower girl-Danielle Spradley "Looking Adorable" gain experience and expertise U,e,, ' 7 , , ,, ,,.,,7,wV i ,,,V,,, , -mm, , f " " ' ' 'f:'1'-f1 . .,, ,, h,,, --'L "Tir .,,., -f W-2 , - few ' ' Lffize... " 27' ga ' V M 1 A i 5, , , L.: " ' NW I F s 0 .fy , Lf -M V, . g Forwards and guards work together for a V, ., 9' ' ,, good year. labovej Forwards set UP for "two" against the Depew Hornets. PRESHMEN labovej jumping UP for the ball against the Depew Ho nets is forward Tiffany Rice. lseatedl jannette England, Teresa Hawley Qkneelingj Lori McAdams, Tiffany Berryhill, Teressa Green, Aimee Zeiler, Tina Roe, Dannette Mudd fstandingl Manager Chana Luna, Michelle Miller, LaWanna Atkins, Michelle Dunn, Tiffany Rice, Kami Creason, Angie Berg, Coach Hammond. itre 1 f S QMKMQF' 3 john Inman, Michael Roberts, Bill Palmer, Kevin Grim, Shawn Hayes tstandingl Coach Irvine, Michael Cooper, Sonny Brad Hatten, Danny Merrill, Jeff Nelson, Glen Bryant, Manager Dustin Collins. Not pictured Scott Klintworth. k h d lllocrrperliition! - BASKETBALL C , 'N' I--. M 'f a- , -1-- linux J . "fl"'a"U , -at N A . MHQ, , I , 4 -Vey , F, , Liza, V li? f Q 7- f -gi . 5' :WV ., ,wg v f' sl. A' - A 4' 4 fabovej Brad goes for two against the Kellyville Ponies. tleftj jump UP Scotty! Tip that ball! labovej Freshmen fight to score against the Depew defense. t C A P iwfsiifi 13. 5 " v ,. - , , . -CQ3. , ,,,5 - , K- ,.,, 1- 'f " ,P S' P , ' U? We 145 N 1 I I Q labovel Sonny Williams UP high for two! SEVE TH Sz EIGI-ITH lseatedl Kevin Carner, Lucas Roberson, Eric Creason, Chad Inman, Gordon Garrison, Jess Pyle, Tim Grim, Tommy Gilbert fkneelingj Manager Brad Allen, Denver Tatum, Ray Swanson, Tommy Turner, jason Creason, Rodney Huss, Billy Miller, Bryan Sturman, Ken Lawmaster, Ernest Brumley, Michael Huss-manager, fstandingj Coach Hammond, Roger Roberson, Stan Smith, Mike Childress, Billy McKelvey, Matt Miller, jim Danforth, johnny Miller, Chris Morgan, Robby Nuttle. iabove leftl Matt Miller shoots a great jump shot. Cabove rightj Roger is UP for two! Kleftj Tommy Turner takes his turn at the goal. frightj Matt does his part under the goal too! YS' if Af- " Y ,mg V -1' ,,,, W M y if hm 1' f 1 ' fi X5 fx ' a 5" 0 tr, W fa! M, I Z wk In ? ,, ' f ' , we Q 'W ., BASKETBALL Andaman """"" it ,Few ,Qian HQ, ,emu W xgsgyjjw. NFS.. 450 4 4. J 1-W is ' B QU!! ,jf seatedj Tracie Harp, Christy Linam, Misty Newman, April Wyckoff, Dana Allen, Christina Wickline, Jenny Davies Kkneelingj Manager Tammy jones, Laura Smith, Rachael Foresman, Kristie Inman, Shawnda Fagen, Shari Peacock, jennifer Slater, Becky Rivett, Harmony Church, Shannon Allen, Manager Karen Johnson Qstandingj Manager Diona Lenard, Angela Smith, Linda jamison, Becky Baker, Belinda imonds, Kerri Rice, Kim Duck, Sherri Davies, Lois Merrill, Jone Ford, Michelle Luster, Manager Cheryl Vaughn, Coach Hammond. Kabove lefty Kerri Rice battles for the ball as Kim Duck rushes to help. Qabove right! Sherri Davies waits For a rebound after an overhead shot by Kerri Rice. fleftj Sherri Davies shows her style in this set shot. Qrightl Guards Joni Ford E R T Y l and Linda Jamison battle for a rebound while Belinda Simonds blocks out an op- ' ponent. HGH FGOTB LL: SEVENTH Sz EIGHTH A helping hand is sometimes needed! ' ,T ' ..!,L,v ,fi-r-. .A , lm . , . 3 ,-. -fzr,gJx3'.' - W we n - .uv get 22, 'Sui ' ' 5 1' Y 5, ' A , 3 ,Q -7.4. V 313.-, - 1' fel. , ,BN ... - z .4 1 5 A ,L 0 57, u L11 fi 7299 M? M ,zww-Q?22la,W Go and Get 'em, Devils! .gif f' .W W, 7 Mi g wf! e 'Hume ., Good job, guys! ii' uf 2 W 31 IFR! o nnedn dddde ...xi , ' r b ff? ,, l I 1 , , ' .NXT ,1:, ", 1. 'R K 'JO ZKZX JI Axe -1 "-,,g,! .y ' 'Q N- r Q , X jf 3' f V? XJ 1 X 'N "I hope coach puts us in next!" T if :T 1. -N. BASKETBALL: FIFTH Sz SIXTH 34 as qu A Sm S3 64 1 T M "" ' " 'H? Kamik H fa., V-E lfiifwy Q A l gg. 1 23 14 Y 14 00 ' Sl 31 TT if .. Q X:::L L,X:k. Sk f k:f:5: A 1:.L 3 ng . A S Em,.,1, 'Ka BASKETBALL: BRD - 4TH W 1, f 1, A 2 Q , lfwwaufd In 13 31 6 g,fQ,1wf1Zf ya be at . mmm W , Vv . 24 0U Mq ,f,,,M,4f,, ff!!-4'4z19fLlV ,. M 'V 'ff 1 , ,f 6 nf f W Ig 1 ,.., , , f f I X J 'A" M M f-11, ' Q f f wi 1, ,M-jf., 1 5 5 f ' ' iff? WE'RE THE BEST! TI-IE E OF ANCTI-IER YEAR 'T yyssyy fail we imllm 5 "1lM!l! X M f It's the end of another year at X-2--w-umm., 3-15,5 .:".. . 5 Mounds School and almost the end of our book. Soon the halls will be empty, the lockers cleaned. the playground will be deserted, and the seniors will take Q-sww....i..,..N,,, that last big step! l Seeing Double? Seeing Double? TWINS! TWINS! TWINS! TWINS! Seeing Double? Seeing Double? TWINS! TWINS! TWINS! TWINS! '7 'Q aww W if , W , ,, I J f fe, Q' Kitts! "Can you believe it?" For a school the size of Mounds to have six sets of twins ffive identical, seems impossible. But, here they are Itopj 11th-Anjeana Sn Lajeana DeMoss fcenterl lst-Jennelle 8: Lynelle Frost Qbottorn Ll 5-Jeff and Lance Gibson Ibottom RD 12-Barry 8a Larry Hawley fright! K-Tabatha 8: Ruby Boyles fNot picturedj 3-Jami 8: Tami Jones Being twins can be a getting anything new because parents don't favoritism. But, there fooling your teache problem: never one without the other want to show can be fun too: 103 AST LUCK 4 52 l fabovel Some people are nice for the camera but not Anjeana! Qbelowj The catch of the day - skinned frog! gg-ws I e -- :Q x iii l fl is T. "Gotta go milk them cows, "I don't really care, Mark!" folks!" fabovej There's nothing exciting in my locker either so stay out! Qbelowj "They are all just waiting for me to pull their hair!" This is what you call "hanging out!" U DS I-HGH SCI-IQGL "We love to laugh at other people." "l just knew DJ. would change her looks someday!" lt is just too sunny to be smiling. "Going to school is harder than you think!" "l wish I were still in bed!" "We are just body guards for the little guys in the middle." "This was our bestest friend." LIFE I THE JU ICR HIGI junior High has many UPS for its students. The seventh grade has moved UP from elementary while the eighth grade prepares to move UP to high school. These in- between years are a big part of growing UP: no longer a child but far from grown UP. Here, they must learn and accept more responsibility for who they are and what they want out of life. 'iw N5 ' rrer rl .,fW"'f3 :" dr W WNKQ 4-N . QUP right! "This is the way to get the guys!" lleftj "Were got to hurry before the line at Barbers gQtS too longfl lcenterl "WL-'re the macho group!" lbottom lefty Life carft be QQ bad! lhottom rightj "Thak'5 really neat! Whal is it?" if at 5 r T. ff iw ff I 1 3 ' ' 1 ' , lr-:gf ' e 4- N l I .fn - 4 e 1 xc M, S mr 1 B f X: - ' 'A x.. - o - , . vw. N ., l Q k -K ', . . N: -Q m ,Aw uf' se,Mi , 7 S we-4-..q ima-. t . una-M... ,gr , F' Mgt.. ' ' 'L' - 4 an 'Qu I tp ik.. 3' "' " -3 grim 0, junior High is the transition between those happy-go-lucky elemen- tary years and high school when it's time to start UP the ladder of life. lt's the time when you start across the room in English class, and your feet forget where they are supposed to go. lt's the time when you hold up your hand in history class to ask a question, and you forget what the question was by the time the teacher gets around to asking you what you need. lt's the time when you ask a question in science Class, and your voices changes notes five times before you get through, But, neat things happen toot The girls are noticing the guys ttop leftj, and the guys are looking at the girls ttop rightj. Then, too, you're still young enough to have time acting crazy with some favorite buddies. fbottomj Q .1- 'ivory - 4-. ELEMENTARY A U . - 5 ' K "" . .,..,. EEEEEE wnweh. - i s ,,.,, , . Q 5 was ,, f W .t gg, , "" f Q V K A he 'Nw' "QQ X 11. E Z X . se X , W' 5 In l kg 5 M X 3 3 , 2 I 5 X Life in the elementary has its cycles: work, play, eat. It could really get boring at times. just think! There are more years in elementary than in all the rest of the school time. But it does go quickly. Before you know it you're in junior high. Here's how we spent our time: 7 8 1. "Trudging through the cold slows a body down!" 2. "Oops! Let me help you, Wouldn't want you to fall. Hee! Hee!" 3. "We smile even when it's cold!" 4. "Let's get the story straight before we go to class!" 5. "Boy, this ice can be tricky!" 6. "Those girls aren't as tough as we are when it comes to standing in the cold!" fWonder when the bell will ring!! 7. "This car can hit lmph on a straight-away!" 8, "Anybody want a cap?" 9. "We're just holding up this wall and watching the girls go by!" Shawna Stice has been barrel racing since she was three. She has proven to be a winner with her 10 trophies, 32 ribbons and 3 all-around buckles. She and her pinto Freckles make the audience stand UP and take notice. "Oh, well! Another day!" "I bet you can't do this!" "Maybe tomorrow it won't be so coldl' "Fifth grade is the best!" How's this for a haircut?" Mom will get me if I lose any of this stuff. Boy, l can't even get the glove on now." 1 Teachers Are People Too. "Time For Kids. That's What It Is All About." A teacher is someone who wishes to share his knowledge, talents, and time. He views the world through the eyes of youth, yet tempers idealism with experience. Some teach for eight hours, but most teachers are involved before the doors open and many hours after the last students leave the room. In Mounds the teachers share their lives with the kids and that's what it's all about. " 2 ?' ?"ffL 2 .t w I. 1 tm..-.,.t ? ai - , igiig a , I was 'isa 'Tea in , f ,I 'Nah is ' ff 1 1 fi t 3- , nf , ff , as ix If - , rim, ,. ,- ., , LM I ky aw' 1 4 4 , ' ft, fs ,Q "The mad professor strikes again!" - RFQ it ar, ....,, 1 K '-hf '1 J- 1 "No one touches this machine!" - st " fav, k 7 -,sg ,g-3,5 , . xx :gi S I tt.. V it r ,,,. ,-., Et. , ,Q r r, he - iifi. -- 5 S.f.'ef'?l!1fz9:s ses , , ' t we 1 2 1 l . eg .. ' P- F :'ff2gj " ' 7 .., ja vi .Q - t s- S Q Q as 7 - -Q, .:-,ze ig5EK'ii5! .12 .. S 5 f' , S, K, : 'iii 5 , Q .... Q sm- str if .. Q55 ffl rr as-f . - -w42 ,u7.i e N f .1 s ef is -A , "It takes a lot to get the day started." l i 3 1 1 1 i l i "And these people teach us!" "I'm happiest when I'm eating!" Administration 5Cl100l Board 5 ex W N f-'gi School Board Members include: ltop leftl Jim Newberry, Vice-Presidentg itop rightl L.O. vicNabb, SecretaryfTreasurerg fcenterj Buddy Price, Presidentg lbottom leftb Harvey Rice, ,nd fbottom rightj Brad Church. Doyle Carter, Superintendent Thirty-six years of educational exper- ience and dedication to the needs of stu- dents keynote Mr. Carter's life. "To Mr. Carter, the students are the most impor- tant thing, whatever he does, he does it for the students." Since coming to Mounds in 1978, Mr. Carter has seen the school system move UP in many ways. Academics have been greatly empha- sized with the additions ofthe Beta Club, Gifted Program, and Superintendent's honor roll. Most important, however, has been the Upgrading of Mounds buildings with the addition of a new high school campus. Dennis Campbell, High School Principal Frank Paullus, junior High Principal Frank Adams, Elementary Principal fir. Campbell combines his principal's du- Mr. Adams also coaches elementary level es with girls' basketball coach. P.E. and teaches Drivers' Ed. SHIRLEY ADAMS Second Grade CLYDE ARCHER Health, Science ESSIE ARCHER Special Education JANICE BENNETT H.S. Business YVETTE BRITT L. D. BILL BROWN Coach, J.H. History BARBARA CARTER Librarian BEVERLY COSBY Science CLOIS CREASON Third Grade NELDA DOUGLAS Fifth Grade JEANEANE DRAKE Second Grade JANET ENGLISH First Grade FRED GREESON H.S. History JERRY HAMMOND Coach, J.H. S.S. DARLENE HOWK J.H. English STAN IRVINE Coach, Bus. Math CINDY JOHN First Grade SHARON LEBOURGEOIS Sixth Grade JULIA MCCLELLAN Speech REBECCA MARTIN Music, Band SYD NEWCOMB Fourth Grade JUDY PEACOCK Fifth Grade LINDA RAMEY Third Grade MELBA RICE H.S. English, Spanish SUE RICE Fourth Grade WADE ROBERTSON Music, Band JOE SHIRLEY J.H. Math CONNIE SMITH Reading DAN SMITH Ind. Arts SHERMAN SMITH H.S. Science 112 MOUNDS PAC :I , . , Q- f sei 1 3 w 2 'V a , Y 6 v " ff' 'Q 1-.L "uf" . a t I I . 9! fag 1 ,Q Q my it ,af 9, If if , ,J f I H- 2 ff? , 2 35' " fr' ae if 'ik hir' . ' 'fit , AKA , LM J 1 x,"'?'2 . ' , It , ki, ' ' " 923515 w - W V W 2 f , f ft ,. f Liftffzfitiv , 1 r1 ULTY AN rf f f SUPPORT , aw 34 i lAboveJ "Students, what is a bonnet?" 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Ie- Iccessofies - '.-' . : -, A' I j Xlf Q --.4 xx I X X- X S 07066 9 8 7-0257 . THE SHOE BANK 32 W. Taft Suite F SAPULPA, OKLAHOMA 74066 Phone 227-3966 f?i1i:vD I SPORTSWEAR UNIFORMS Patsy Stockton Ow e som ew T ft Sap :pa ox nose 191812271 CLAY GIRL CeramIcs Supphes 1616 S Mam Sapulpa Ok 224 2654 CENTER 120 W. TAFT SAPULPA 224-0985 224-0986 1602 So Mam 'If Sapulpa OK 74066 if A Rose Cotner 224 9149 Quality Apparel Open 10 6 Mon Sat IN SAPULPA IT 5 BAYOUTH S MENS AND WOMENS 224 0886 224 0899 an NANCY KAY SHOPPE INFANT THRU TEENS 224 1564 SAPULPA OKLA 6 1 " JG -N vv 4, U f - I I A 1 A ef? -J My nr ' ' a 0 u , 0 -909 ' " ' g W I I , A X I gl' WEAR ' d l11 -.., Chapman s Saddle Shop CUSTOM MADE SADDLES. BELTS AND LEATHER GOODS SADDLE REPAIR 2 MILES S UTH O MO NDS I4 MIL WEST CHAPM N PHI OF OLD 5 B2 6697 GILBERT MARINE . B27 6235 WELL COMPLETION WOFIKOVEFIS ef Ser Q09 uc ni I1 ALLEN MCCALL MORLjN3D2O5,3,9'g 1OwnerI 827 6085 9 O F U E A I S 7 MOUNDS. OK SNAPPER Mowsns Ecu-to CHAIN SAws F Y TRAINED MECHA Bus JIANNIE 8: H. G. GILIBRT RES. 827 6666 . xi Y. .' v I -' 'iz Q L ' U gf, lip- . thai , . 7 Knowledge comes, But Wisdom lingers! CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS! iMac 8: Petiej McNABB'S Department Store "TRADE HERE AND SAVE" MOUNDS 827-6593 69 'Vo Route 3 Box 215 Mounds, OK 74047 Ed 8. Gwen Deckard 827-6573 Prnductiunwell Service Inc gg: 1223 Wayne Rarney Mounds, Okla. 74047 an W ' it ' SHADOWENS CAR WASH "For the best wash in town" Mike, Mary, Mark, Marty DEVELOPING THE WHOLE MAN BOX 460 NIOUNDS OK 74047 827 6410 ' I, US. E ' ' '. ma' -. - '7 H L , ,X . .1. - f ?, u " H llnlllln-d v nh lkihrldl Kun lam? Greenware 507: Loretta Ramey Supplies Rt. 3 Box 223 Firing Mounds, Ok Free Lessons LORETTA CERAMICS Zh miles north 1V2 miles west of Mounds, Oklahoma 827-6146 A X, "Cakes For All Occasions 52' ff mx 'S-fe""s4-V , , fiiifgn 1 0786 J QT V ff . 5 j ,ft f Fit. 3, Box 219A Mounds, Oklahoma 74047 Elaine McCall, Owner Vickie McCall 1-827-6085 I il' fy X I "sf i I Sunday School .X X , iozoo am. X I A- Worship Service 10:45 am. lg N Sunday Evening X X Service 6:00 p.m. lf .SX Wednesday Service C C yi 7:00 p.m. U- . I-Y 'll ' 92 Phillip Pearson Pastor Ckuvblw iw 4l2uSS2ll M A M2 'wb' FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Jim Ray, Pastor Kirk DeWees, Minister of youth music Box 157, Mounds 827-6275 l 121 5 533448 224-eos C r ' . 'R gt 1 U09 CARNER PLUMBING 602E BRYAN SAPULPA OKLA 74066 rIARMONY WOODRUFF NC Prmtere Letterpress and Ottset P0 8ox9 18 So Park Sapulpa Phone 224 5385 W i X P Nm DQ J-1 A NI?-" 'E 0 FARMERS FEED 121 North Mann I918I 224 4460 Sapulpa Ok 74066 y y xx Tundle Puruna WP A 81 M Feeds Vet Supplies 'X Tack Seed Fertuluzer Dog Cat Bard Feeds szwf BUILDING CENTER P O Box 1244 SAPLLPA OKLAHOVIA 14066 GLASS PAINT HARDWARE PLUMBING ELECTRICAL WINDOWS LUMBER PLYWOOD ROOFING FENCING CEMENT STEPS DOORS 620 E LEE 224 2181 4 AI's Junitoriul Service 15 YEARS OF PROFESSIONAL CLEANING EXPERIENCE IBONDEDJ CALL FOR A FREE ESTIMATE JANITORIAL SUPPLIES P O BOX 1092 SAPULPA OK 74066 15 E LEE C9181 2.24 1137 if X 365 Qacnfcng gnafsffs Tole Pamtmg o Art Supplues o Crafts o Gufts 1039 E Lee Sapulpa ?IIyff1 Lawn 918 224 8000 Artist Er Instructor 24 HOUR SERVICE NEW SALES SERVICING ALL TYPES , PIOMI1' Pope s Fxre Extmgmsher mm. SERVICE 8. SALES TOM POPE 224 6798 S'o.puIpa, f fvf THING ro Bufw Mnfmfw I Q ENSIIN LUMBEII IZII JL SLR JINV' f KI M CNA S CPVLN OUINTRY 8 SOUTHERN KANSAS BARTIESV LE LLP ELA ID DEV EY HOMINY NEVIKIRK P WHU KI' SAPULPA SKIPTOOK SOUTH COFEEYVILLF ARKANSAS CITY KANSAS BENSON LUMBER CO JACK VERMILLION Manager 114 East Lee OfI1ce4918I2240225 Sapulpa Okla 74066 I I - , I , . I . . 7 . . . , . , . , L 1, , , . . .vffft-, "" I . .gfzff ' f 3 . ,f xx - I l K' A - ' . . . - 1 1" - x . 5184 f . 1 -quzii j E ' '- ' X . E ' f ' I X 'Xl ' e ' e . x A W 14. , , - e L? X XX N ' N of ' N.. x X: Q Q '-.N N ,- Y e e ' I ' 1 1 I A ' . IW I Ng I " .1J.Y:i1.'.L:..,'f' '- -'wx ..'IL.oI.V I 0 K 0 . 0 I A S xo ' 0 . 0 ., . o , ' , e ' 9 , . TO SUIT YOUR , 1 I ASORS 2-If TASTE ISCOUNT FOODS 'N Simple 5im0H'S '- 21' Q ' PIZZA 71 'f.2lj'l ,, ,I H-Aw-:,',g'gg3ggpfg?gg Q ' ifP?,1'i'3Oi3EZ2SIdii QTCHE MQNAQER IAPULPA, CK 74000 ,X 1004 E DQWQ non MQRQAN 01144249100 J X Sapulpgl Uk Y M0145 DFI. J. FEHFIELL HARTIN DFI. JEFIFIY D. WEST OFTOMETRIST oPToMETRisT O D S Sapulpa Open Daily 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Vision xg Clinic 615 South Mission Telephone IN SAPULPA 1 Sapulpa, Oklahoma 74066 224-2389 Iohn F. Carletti D.D.S. In Family Dentistry with Orthodontics I 635 S. Main Sapulpa Ok 74066 M -I h- 224-0369 t Sapulpa Drive-In Pharmacies KS wJt'.31E0ED"".?,'g. Grillln Counting Podiatry Center pc X mom aussi cgxmlmu oven svsnv sus-cow Ano noumvs Medical and Surgical Foot Care Tom Teague Sz B111 McMahan M IDC C9 lx auiszsan rollg PM MEDICAL EQUIPMENT 19185 227 4855 RENTAL 81. SALES MEDICARWMEDICAID 1004 EAST BRYAN SAPULPA OKLAHOMA nose qi ' I of gk ,, ,, iw 542 1 W Q 5 395 4 - s . 7 0 ., . Q I Ll ye .A - "We specialize SPORTS' X in team sports." .X In "Custom embroidery C H i and lettering." 114 E. Dewey g Sapulpa I 0 X 2.27-3422 KEIFERS SPORTING GOODS 804 F EAST TAFT SAPULPA OKLAHOMA 74066 PH 918 224 4153 jon R Sr Jone L Hall Owners Reloadmg Supplres Archery Center Rental 86 Supply Inc Sa d Spr ngs OK 74063 Sapulpa. OK 74066 245 7511 227 3121 Wayne Hurt 918 224 5434 Pfes1dent X Creek Tue and Auromouve Servrce lne 419 South Ndam Street Sapulpa Okla 4066 Sopulpo " Sporting Goods ' - . YT , W: my . I 1555 I J lf ! R: 'I Q 5 1 Y 'eemttrrtr Eff ' 'I I ,Q-35,1 1.-swf 728 South M'ss' n Sap lpn. OK 74066 19181 224 1304 AUTO PARTS OF SAPULPA 1610 souru MAIN SAPULPA oKLAHoMA 74066 224 8662 Used Cars HUGHES AUTO SALtS 5 East Lee SAPULPA OKLAHOMA 74066 RICHARD F HUGHES 2271614 224 2351 B08 DAVIS TIRE COMPANY 401 East Dewey Avenue Phone 224 6479 SAPULPA OKLAHOMA 74066 X ,X U - A - 1 'Q , . 230 South Main 901 South Main n I -I - Business - H e - I HARVEST DATES FRESH VEGETABLES Qfcounnn mans 7400 E. 151st Bixby, Oklahoma 74008 Telephone 19181 366-8942 COMPLETE 25 Gourmet Flavors ' HARDWARE L LAWSNUIQPEQFQDEN Decorarive Cans HOME CENIER 3 POOL P Ssum CHEMICALS ,964- I 1 L 14659 S. Memorial 366-827 1 TOM A JANEY LONG Sparian Showing Genie' Bixby Okla- Owners 15020-C S. Memorial ' 366-3040 Bixby, OK 74008 K PO. Box 140 299-1944 210 W. Main sr. Jenks, OK 74037 .Azul 5 fl 7 ROBERT ALLEN LUMBEH COMPANY BEAUTY SALON 6?2f79oAf9ff flhflryf fgzaflffzy ,alffnkzfs 299-5061 124 No. sm - ' MARELLIE ROBINSON no Im , 35681 "' V nv Q K k camansuau-1mLm.suqad-:sl-22:1 U unwususam FUCQWCQU- LMJEQLFUK D UQUUQ BUY - SBU. - EXCHANGE Paperba k V1 Pri 10.8 sos w. MAIN C S oe . , - - JENKS, OK 74037 299-8529 HOURS' WTF lo 5 W Pl'lCC With Tl'2.dC S 10 , 4 if U 6 - I U wr SEED CLEANING 4, A 3 - , 69 H re '7- I x r ' AIS DEB'S DRIVE-IN Y' il- ' 5, U Mounds, Ok 82.7-6959 Hours: Mon-Thurs Fri-Sat 10:00-8:00 10:00- 10:00 If ITT GOOD FOOD , CHOICE REAL ESTATE INC. 'eu 'Aly' S 16E, Lee 0 Sapulpa, OK 74066 ' ' 13t ommercia Wlfilf' N Mounds, Ok xml MM- ooN BURGESS TERESA wr-HPPLE MLSQ SALES ASSOCIATE gnopqgn 1Serving meals seven days a weekj Breakfast dail s ecials Sz OFFICE may 224-2862 1 y p I dinner menus. Everything homemade Open: 7-6 Mon-Fri 8-5 Sat 8-2 Sun Brunch ' VIRGINIA BURGESS Sales Associate "Servicing you with CHOICE property" HOME I918J 827-6383 MOUNDS VETERINARY CHAMBERS MILL CLINIC Small and Large Animal Practice Randy Sohl, D.V.M. 19181 827-6900 -I' Route 3 Box 3 Mounds, OK 74047 , A x TW CUSTOM GRINDING I1 mile north of Moundsl f MIXING ' gg-3 BULK FERTILIZERS FEED LIME SPREADING FENCE SUPPLIES MOUNDS 82.7 6445 -Z: LARGE LINE OF ELECTRICAL PLUMBING AND HARDWARE 9.0 If' xffyil "See us for your home and farm needs"' S' N'-J I I 1' 17 .I J I U ' - J -'N-any MOUNDS VIDEO HOUSE Tapes 8: VCR rentals Flavored Popcorn 1306 Commercial Mounds, Ok 74047 827-3161 , , ., I 1 4 f, F.: ' Y W , Fast At Last 19181446-6657 COMPLIMENTS OF: mx BARBERS SUPERETTE K 81 N JAMEY LANGSTON WITH 7 LOCATIONS TO SERVE You Race Director - AT MOUNDS STORE HOURS 6 A M 11 P M QSun Thur-3.1 I 6 AM. - 12.P.M. QPQI.-sam 6105 New Sapulpa Road Tulsa OK 74131 7 Days A Week if fi ' x 'N i f Y 1 QQ ' 1 'an , 5. 2' 'I x III K lib? i MMM THE MOUNDS UNITED METHODIST CHURCH G I V11 T 4 o ct'lg 9 wxatw- 0 Ma TAYLOR'S DISCOUNT FOODS 141St Sc Elm feast of Beelinej Glenpool, Ok Phone: 321-3110 GLENPOOL ART GALLERY Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship 11:00 a.m. Third Sunday Night Worship 7:30 a.m. Choir Practice: Wednesday 7:00 p.m. ECONOMICAL SHOE REPAIR United Methodist Youth Fellowship: Sunday 5:30 plml 480 East 41st Street, 4 Blocks East of Beeline JOHN HESS, Pastor Wanda Griffith, Music Director Mon.-Pri. 10-6 Sat. 11-5 321-9528 -BOOSTERS- The 1987 Annual Staff takes this opportunity to express appreciation for the loyal support of our ad patrons. Without their financial support, this year- book could not have been provided at this year's cost. Please show your appreciation by telling them "thank you" the next time you see them or visit their place of business. Donita Chaney, Connie Dearman, Lisa Stone, Dustin Chambers, Sherri Legg, Mrs. Zeiler - Sponsor D. J. Auto Parts 8: Service in Kiefer Bixby Lumber Sc Ace Hardware in Bixby Kentucky Fried Chicken in Sapulpa Honey Valley Nursery in Sapulpa C I's Book Nook in Sapulpa Carol T's School of Dance in Sapulpa Sapulpa Office Supply in Sapulpa Bill 8: Dempsey Auto Parts in Sapulpa Ierry's Swimming Pool Supply in Sapulpa Gabe's Printing 8: Office Supply, Inc. in Sapulpa Sapulpa Wholesale jewelry in Sapulpa Dr. Rayford H. Smith, jr., Dentist, in Bixby Glenoak Discount Pharmacy in Glenpool B. Ethridge, Inc., Leonard, Wholesale Dist. Gasoline Claremore School Supply - The Hardisons Plymouth Drug in Sapulpa Zales - The Diamond Store, Rock Creek Center in Sapulpa First National Bank of Sapulpa Bradley dn Barbara Veale Friends Forever! Hope 8:1 Courtney joe 8: Linda Rouse The Mounds Observatory - Status Quo Congratulations, Mitch! Sr. '87 Love, Mom 8: Dad Living Well is the Best Revenge - BBV Good Luck! Mounds Band Booster Club DJ. You're the BEST! Love you lots, Courtney Congratulations, justin K-5 Love, Mom 8: Dad Tyke, Pat, 8: Sam Walliser Sn Staci Hiles Paul, Gloria, Eric, 8: Darren Blanchard Mrs. Walliser's 6th grade: Lisa, Heather, jennifer, Becky, Misty L., Misty M., Candy, jenny, Laura, Julie, Dustina, Brian, Steve, Chris, Danny, Benji, Mike, Anthony, Bengi, Jacob, Brad, Jason. ful. MUDMEY 'AGAIM' 827-63136 SMITH'S AFFILIATED FOOD STORE " to see the high school home economics room!" DON KEIZOR'S GENERAL CONTRACTOR quality work our dad does, visit the In Mounds Hours: Mon - Sat And B9885 3100 am ' 9200 Pm "Quality Work on Cabinets For Your Sunday and Plumbing" Convenience 10:00 - 6:00 pm Free Estimates Phone: 827-6770 f L


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